In and out burger extends reach

June 3rd, 2009 - 6:23 pm ICT by GD  

In-N-Out Burger is now reaching out to its food lovers widely. The popular Southern California based burger joint is widening its periphery to reach out to the joint’s loyalists in farther parts. The eatery is expected to extend to places like Orem, American Fork, Draper and West Valley City.

There are just three variations of burger on the sparse menu chart. The “Double double” is stuffed with two beef patties, lettuce, tomato, onions, spread, and two slices of American cheese. Then there is the “Cheeseburger”. It is made up of almost the same ingredients as the “Double double”, with cutting down on the beef patties and the slice of cheese to one instead of two. The last item on the chart is the regular “Hamburger”. The Hamburger is made with one beef patty, lettuce, tomato, onions and spread.

The eatery is a private owned joint, and not a franchise. Everything delivered by them is almost always fresh. They don’t offer frozen food. The fries, the vegetables as well as the burger, all have a fresh feel to it, which is lacking in frozen goodies. The bun that In-N-Out uses is very soft, as is always with fresh bakes.The seating arrangement in the eatery allows for the waiting customers to have a glimpse of the potatoes getting chopped and fried into fries.

There is a low calorie variety available in In-N-Out for calorie watchers. The “Protein Style” is offered to the customers minus the bun. The other ingredients are wrapped in layers of lettuce leaves and given out. It is not quite the same as the original burger but if calorie is really a problem and the cravings don’t die down, it is a good option.

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