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By David Mccormack. Fast food chain In-N-Out Burger may only have outlets in five states but its reputation for fine hamburgers is known throughout the land. Now a new innovation has been uncovered, but don't expect it to appear on the menu at In-N-Out any time soon. Inspired by chat on Twitter about the emergence of a new 'Monkey Style' burger, the food blog Foodbeast took a trip to an In-N-Out Burger to see what all the fuss was about. The Foodbeast crew couldn't get an In-N-Out employee to admit on camera to the existence of the 'Monkey Style' burger, but that didn't stop them from simply creating there own. Earlier this year a chef at an In-N-Out Burger revealed some of the secret food experiments that go on in the kitchen after the last customers has left. Since it launched in the chain's menu has consisted of three burger varieties: hamburger, cheeseburger, and 'Double-Double', plus French fries and drinks.
In-N-Out is known for having a very simple and limited menu. Their most popular burger is the Double-Double burger, which comes with double meat and double cheese. They also offer cheaper and smaller alternatives such as the hamburger and cheeseburger. Although the restaurant is only available in 5 states, there are over locations. For more information about In-N-Out Burger, visit their official website. Combo is made of the burger, regular fries, and medium drink. In-N-Out is my favorite restaurant ever!
And of course if you want to get crazy a d ouble double. They focus on a few things and do them really well. I had to have the Animal Style Fries , who could pass up cheese fries covered with spread and grilled onions. First of all, they come as a fresh slice by default. In addition, raw chopped, chopped grilled , and whole grilled onions are available by request. In addition to regular shakes and soft drinks you can choose an In-N-Out Burger menu combination for beverages as well:.
I've heard of Animal Style mustard-cooked beef patty, pickles, extra spread and grilled onions and Protein Style lettuce-wrapped burger , but never Monkey Style. The beauty of the West Coast burger chain's simple menu is the different tiers of customization you can accomplish with a simple base of hamburgers, cheeseburgers, fries and drinks. In-N-Out still claims they have no "secret menu," although they've acknowledged a fair amount of their off-menu items through a page on their website. It wasn't until a few days ago that I overheard a Twitter conversation about a style of burger I'd never heard of: Monkey Style. Apparently, getting your burger "Monkey Style" involves topping your sandwich with Animal Style fries french fries, cheese, grilled onions and spread.
Enter your email address below to get Food News delivered straight to your inbox. If you've ever been to the west coast, you probably know how amazing an In-N-Out burger tastes. California is all about beaches, great weather and In-N-Out. As it slowly grows outward to places like Nevada and Arizona, and even pop-up locations in Toronto and Hong Kong, In-N-Out is slowly becoming more accessible to the world. If you haven't had it already, you will have In-N-Out at some point in your life, hopefully. So as a Californian who has been able to enjoy the glorious burgers for 25 years, I felt obligated to give you a full look at the In-N-Out menu, the Not-So-Secret menu, and ridiculous amount of tips and tricks that will let you enjoy your trip to In-N-Out even more. So get ready for the most extensive look at the In-N-Out menu you'll ever see, and get ready to try something new and delicious:.
But asking for a burger Monkey Style at In-N-Out -- that's supposedly Animal Style fries aka fries with grilled onions, spread, and cheese piled high on a burger -- will get you a look from the cashier. While people still try and place Monkey Style orders, it's not a real secret menu item that the restaurant can make, according to a Reddit AMA with a former assistant manager and year vet of the beloved California burger chain. The Monkey Style myth all started in , when a hoax video went viral in which someone ordered a burger topped with Animal Style fries. And while it may not be a real item on the secret menu, that doesn't mean you can't get your burger topped with saucy fried potatoes. No one will stop you from ordering the two items separately and then combining them together USA!
In-N-Out ‘monkey style’ burger doesn’t officially exist? Do it anyway!
Foodbeast Hunts Down the Elusive "Monkey-Style" Burger at In-N-Out
The In N Out Monkey Style burger: The best ‘secret’ item yet?