In-N-Out Burger

Written by on June 3, 2013 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Westminster, California

In-N-Out Sign

How I heard of this place: It’s In-N-Out Burger. Even without ever hearing about it, we knew about it.

Type of cuisine: Burgers – double-, triple- and quadruple-stacked. Grilled cheese sandwiches. Fries.

In-N-Out Menu

From the first bite of your burger to your last french fry, quality is the most important ingredient of all at In-N-Out Burger. We don’t freeze. We don’t pre-package. We don’t over-process. We just make things the old-fashioned way.

Our commitment to quality starts with our hamburgers. And our burgers begin with our patties. We make them from fresh, 100% pure beef. They are free of additives, fillers and preservatives of any kind. But the focus on quality starts well before we deliver our hamburger patties to our stores. We own and operate our own patty-making facilities in Baldwin Park, California and Dallas, Texas. Since we only serve burgers, fries and drinks, making a high-quality hamburger patty is everything to us.

In-N-Out Burger ProduceWe have always made every one of our hamburger patties ourselves using only whole chucks from premium cattle selected especially for In-N-Out Burger. We pay a premium to purchase fresh, high-quality beef chucks. We individually inspect every single chuck we receive to make sure that it meets our standards. Then our highly skilled, in-house butchers remove the bones. We grind the meat ourselves and make it into patties ourselves. These steps enable us to completely control the patty-making process and be absolutely certain of the quality and freshness of every patty we make. We’ve always made our hamburger patties this way.

In-N-Out Burger ProduceOur commitment to quality doesn’t stop there. Our lettuce is hand-leafed. Our American cheese is the real thing. And we use the best available onions and the plumpest, juiciest tomatoes we can find. All of our ingredients are delivered fresh to our stores. In fact, we don’t even own a microwave, heat lamp, or freezer. We even bake our buns using old-fashioned, slow-rising sponge dough. And we make every burger one at a time, cooked fresh to order.

Of course a great burger deserves to be accompanied by great fries. And In-N-Out french fries come from the finest, freshest ingredients we can find—potatoes shipped right from the farm. They’re individually cut in our stores, then cooked in 100% pure, cholesterol-free vegetable oil. Our shakes are just as genuine. Because we know a real shake can only be made with real ice cream. At In-N-Out, that’s the only way we’ll ever make them. Because when all you serve is burgers, fries and drinks, doing things the old-fashioned way is the freshest idea of all.

Ambiance: A simple drive-up or sit-down fast food restaurant in bold red and yellow.

In-N-Out Westminster

In 1975, “A new era begins when restaurant #21 in Ontario becomes In-N-Out’s first single drive-lane location. After this only 13 more restaurants were built without a dining room. Future restaurants now will also offer large, open and comfortable dining areas where customers can sit down to enjoy their burgers.

In-N-Out Order Window

What I ordered: I selected the original Cheeseburger ($2.25) and a side of water ($1.50). My husband thoroughly enjoyed his first visit – ever – to In-N-Out with a Double Double ($3.30): two 100% pure beef patties hand-leafed lettuce, tomato, spread with onions, stacked high on a freshly baked bun in a combo meal including fries and a medium Root Beer ($3.20).

In-N-Out Burgers

What I loved: Fresh-tasting burger!

In-N-Out Double

Why I loved it: Quick. Delish.

Cost: Low to average ($2.25 – $4 per burger)

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