Sunday, December 13, 2015


2114 E Foothill Blvd
Pasadena, CA 9107
and Various Locations throughout Southern California
Tel: 800-786-1000
$ (under $15)
Cuisine: Fast Food/Burgers
Fri, 11/27/2015, 12:00pm walk-in
     (5 Piglets)

I swear. I think I have a problem. I found my addiction. When it comes to burgers and fast food (which doesn't taste really like fast food), In-N-Out is my go-to spot. I don't know what it is. It could be that everything is cooked fresh and made to order. It could be that the patty to bun ratio is perfect. It could be that the sauce is smothered without being overly smothered. Or it could be that you could order your burger however you like, to your satisfying needs. Whatever it is, I'm addicted and so are most of Southern Californians.

The cooks flipping burgers
 The menu could not be any simpler. A cheeseburger or hamburger or possibly a double-double with double the meat and double the cheese. Their fries are pretty darn good too (I sometimes order it well-done cause I like it crispy). Combos are the way to to go here....

The menu
DOUBLE DOUBLE COMBO ($6.80): Double meat and double cheese with onion, fries and a drink. This is one of the best burgers around. Cheap, simple and simply delicious. The iceberg lettuce offers a crisp crunch to the already perfect bun: patty ratio. The sauce, oh man, I can't get enough of it to the point where I ask for the spread packets so I can dip my fries in them. Downright good. Plain and simple. 
A closer look at the burger

Overall, In-N-Out isn't just any fast food joint. It probably is the best fast food joint around without leaving you feeling gross. It tastes fresh and I love how they have a secret menu! To be honest, when I had my first bite of In-N-Out, I didn't love it. Then, I had another and another, and then it grew on me. I now have to have it at least once a month or I'll be a sad piglet. It's truly a place where all visitors from around the world have to check out at least once in your lifetime. 

And my video review of In-N-Out:

Notable dishes: Double-Double

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