Sweet Onion Action at In-N-Out – LA

fries @ in-n-out

In-N-Out in Las Vegas was great, but In-N-Out in Los Angeles was FREAKIN’ AMAZEBALLS!

On Day 3 of the LA trip, David and I went to the In-N-Out in Culver City. It was David’s first In-N-Out so I was ready for him to be wowed, but I think I was wowed even more. The reason being, the onions! It was freakin’ caramelized onions galore! When I had In-N-Out animal-style burgers or fries before, the onions were more like grilled onions with some caramelization. The onions in LA were caramelized through and through with rich, sweet onion flavor. Check out the dark chopped beauties on the animal-style French fries ($3.40) above. Besides the onions, the fries were okay, but again like last time, the cheese was congealed by the time we got to them. If they served the fries hotter and changed up the cheese for the fries, I bet the fries could be insane, especially with those ridiculously tasty onions.

burger @ in-n-out

The animal-style cheeseburger ($2.20) was also better than before because of the caramelized onions. It was pretty much perfect. Of course, the tomato slice was tasteless, but it’s not in season, so what can you do. There’s a season for everything, even in California. As for David’s reaction, he wasn’t as mind-blown as I thought he would be, but he did say it was the best fast food burger he’s ever had. I’ll take that. LA, cheap burger-wise, you don’t know how good you have it.

Also, I’m in LA again for another mini-holiday which probably means the LA posts will keep on coming for another month. Sorry NYC peeps but you’re welcome LA peeps! And as always, follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and Tumbler for more up-to-date BB news.

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  1. Someguy

    Strange that french fries was more than the cheeseburger. How much are airline tickets to LA, $600? In N Out in NYC: possible?

  2. bionicgrrrl

    @TT – Oooh, SF. Sounds fun! Eat them burgers!

    @Someguy – They charge for animal-style for fries, but not for burgers. I guess it’s more stuff. It’s definitely worth it though!

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