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Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Bay Area Eats: In-N-Out!

When I was planning my trip to Bay Area in California, I only had two places I needed to go to, no matter what it takes.

Those are:


The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco

AND



IN-N-OUT!

In-N-Out Burger is a fastfood chain in the US with locations in the west coast, and a few branches in Texas. I really didn't know what the fuss is about, so I did a little research. 

In-N-Out is a fully family-owned restaurant, which means that all locations are owned by the company, with no franchises until now. In-N-Out is also known for its "secret menu", which can be found on their website. Another thing that In-N-Out is known for is its food quality. I actually saw potatoes being peeled in the store to be made into fries.  



We arrived in In-N-Out just outside San Francisco before dinner time, and the queue for the drive thru was outrageous! We ended up dining in and had to wait for a while to find an empty table. 



We ordered two 3x3 Burgers ($4.45 each), Animal Style Fries ($3.40) and Soda. 3x3 Burgers have three burger patties, 3 cheese slices, with lettuce, tomato, secret spread, and onions. Animal Style Fries are fries topped with grilled onions, melted cheese and secret spread. 

ROAR!

The burgers are not as huge as I expected but it was big enough to keep me full, I ordered a  triple-patty anyway. :P

As a fries fanatic, I loved the Animal Style Fries. Fries with cheesy and creamy toppings are  difficult to resist. This item is definitely a must-try!

I love trying anything unusual or extraordinary when it comes to food, but In-N-Out is one of those places that remind me that classics still exist for a reason. In-N-Out serves one of the best burgers I have tried. 

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In-N-Out

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