Taking items off the menu makes a fast-food encounter more enjoyable. It’s like you and the cashier have a secret common language. Well, believe it or not, there are more In N Out secret menu selections other than regular menu items, and this is what we’ll be showing you.
The West Coast burger joint is well-known for its traditional, constrained selection of burgers, fries, and shakes.
But over time, the most devoted customers have become inventive with their orders, finding every method to repurpose the basic components in the In-N-Out kitchen and create new fan favorites.
We searched the internet for all the menu variations that only true In-N-Out fans are aware of, like Neapolitan shakes and four-story tall burgers.
In N Out Secret Menu For Fries
These off-menu creations offer a unique and personalized dining experience, making every visit to In-N-Out an adventure.
1. Double-Double: Animal Style
When you order your fries “Animal Style,” you’ll receive a hefty serving of their unique spread, a creamy concoction of pickles, grilled onions, and Thousand Island dressing.
Thanks to the spread, the fries are not only filling and savory but also slightly acidic and sweet. You won’t want to miss this sloppy, delicious delicacy.
2. 3×3 aka Triple Triple
For the truly voracious burger lovers out there, the 3×3 burger is a must-try. This burger consists of three 100% American beef patties, hand-leafed lettuce, tomato, and spread.
It also contains three slices of American cheese, with or without onions, stacked high on a freshly baked bun.
3. 4×4 aka Quad Quad
Four 100% American beef patties, hand-leafed lettuce, tomato, spread, and four slices of American cheese, with or without onions, are stacked high on freshly baked bread.
You’re out of luck if you’re hoping for a 66 or even a 100100. After receiving (and agreeing to) a few requests for 100x100s, In-N-Out put a maximum of 44 on its burgers.
4. Protein Style Burger
The Protein Style Burger might be your secret menu salvation. You can enjoy your In-N-Out burger wrapped in crisp lettuce instead of a bun, reducing the carb count.
5. Grilled Cheese Delight
A fantastic choice for kids or meat-free diners despite the absence of burgers. Two melted slices of American cheese are spread between toasted hamburger buns to make a grilled cheese.
Make sure to order any toppings you like since it doesn’t come with any.
6. Flying Dutchman
A Flying Dutchman is a fabled ghost ship that was thought to be unable to dock, destined to cruise the waters indefinitely.
Two beef patties are placed between two slices of American cheese at In-N-Out. That’s all there is to it, but you can add more toppings if you want.
Legend has it that In-N-Out’s version was inspired by the company’s Dutch founder, Harry Snyder, who enjoyed eating this “burger.”
7. Onion Wrapped Flying Dutchman
The onion-wrapped Flying Dutchman burger complements this sandwich by wrapping the top and bottom of the burger in crispy fried onions.
This is a bespoke order, so it may take longer to prepare. Alternatively, you can purchase a Flying Dutchman with two sides of entire grilled onions and wrap it yourself.
8. Veggie Burger
This item is incorrectly referred to as a “burger” because it is not a burger. Instead, it has lettuce, tomato, fresh onion, and In-N-Out spread on a toasted bun.
Remove the spread and substitute ketchup and mustard to make it vegan. Add whole or diced yellow chilis to make it spicy (hint: they aren’t on the menu).
Another vegetarian selection is a grilled cheeseburger. Vegetarians, vegans, and those with a similar diet might ask that their food be cooked apart from meat on the grill’s onion side.
9. Well-Done Fries (or Fries Light)
Fries light are somewhat more done than standard fries but aren’t as crispy or greasy as well-done fries. Fries well-done are particularly crispy fries.
Fries at In-N-Out can be ordered in seven different ways: Regular Light, Slightly Light, Very Light, Well Done, Light Well Done, and Extra Well Done.
10 Roadkill Fries
Unsurprisingly, not all In-N-Outs provide the secret menu item known as roadkill fries. These fries have crumbled hamburger on top along with animal-style fries.
Simply order animal fries, and a Scooby Snack (one hamburger patty), then self-crumble the meat on top if the restaurant is unfamiliar with this item.
11. Burger Condiments
Although they are NOT included as standard on In-N-Out burgers, customers can add them to their meals to make them more unique.
The condiments can also be bought in the following variations: Very light, Light, Regular, Extra, or 2x Extra. Such condiments include Ketchup, Mustard, Fried Mustard, Pickles, and Chilies
Whether you’re a seasoned secret menu fan or a first-timer, one thing is certain: In-N-Out’s secret menu is a pleasant secret worth finding.
12. Flying Dutchman Animal Style
Want to hack the Flying Dutchman even further? Asking for your Flying Dutchman Animal Style just means that they’ll add a scoop of onions to the melted cheese.
The rest of the goods—like the pickles and spread—will come on the side but we strongly recommend adding them right onto the burger itself, DIY style.