California’s best burgers are not built, and every U.S. city will search for in&out stores
We were in LA with our 10 year old grandson so this was his request. He had never been to an In-N-Out Burger place before. We ordered 3 burgers and 2 fries. The cashier was very friendly but thank goodness she repeated our order or we may not have gotten what we wanted! The menu is very limited so you don't have a lot of options. Because of this the servers are very efficient and even at lunch time there is not much of a wait. It was fine and it certainly fills you up but I would not pick this kind of place. Great if you are with children or just love burgers and fries!
You can see the price list when you enter the door. The price is very reasonable. The double burger (we call it Big Mac) is only 3.3 US dollars. Because of the high quality and low price, the back kitchen is very busy. Foodies need to line up to order and pay, and after payment, they hold a small ticket with a number in their hand and wait for the order to pick up the food.
To eat at In-N-Out...We are from up North where In-N-Out is not available, so when we can go to one we go at least once! Never disappoints.
After reading all positive comments I was pretty exited to try this one out but it turned out to be just regular burgers, nothing special. Fries might be fresh potatoes which is nice ofcourse but they didnt really taste good, or taste at all. Vegetables felt and tasted really fresh though. So all in all better then McDonald's but just barely.
I'd heard people rave about In-N-Out Burger for years and since we don't have them where I live I decided to give it a try on a recent visit to LA. All I can say is I don't understand the mystique about them at all. I asked when I ordered if there was anything on the burger and they said, 'just onions.' Of course the burger came with some kind of yucky sauce so I threw out half of it. The fries were soggy. Nothing fun or special at all. I don't get it.