Friday, March 30, 2012

Guest #78, your order is ready.

Overall rating: 8.65/10

Burger - This burger is why the In-N-Out ratings system was designed. Compared to every other burger in the world it was great. Compared to the best In-N-Out Burger ever, it was just average. There was too much thick/white lettuce. The double tomato is more of a presentation issue, not sure if I should really be deducting for that anymore. And I had probably two or three full bites of bun left over at the end. But other than those minor issues, the burger was tasty and what you'd expect from In-N-Out. Just nothing standing out to make it the best one ever.

Taste - 1.65 (out of 2)
Texture - 1.6 (out of 2)
Presentation - .8 (out of 1)

Fries - These were some really good french fries. When I first got them I was afraid they would be limp and mushy because of their light color. However, they ended up being firm, crispy, and not overly dry on the inside. Texture wise they were almost about perfect. And while I didn't need any more salt and pepper for once, the taste was unfortunately not at the same quality as the texture. Still, some of the better fries in recent memory.

Taste - 1.75 (out of 2)
Texture - 1.85 (out of 2)

Diet Coke - 1 (out of 1)

So pretty much nothing interesting happened, but I did notice for the first time that In-N-Out has a system in place for order of ingredients. I guess that's to be expected but I hadn't really noticed before. It appears to go, from top to bottom, bun, cheese, meat, lettuce, tomato, sauce, bun.

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