A California favorite in fast food, In-N-Out Burger has one of the shortest menus in existence, which somehow seems to suit it best. There are hamburgers and cheeseburgers (single, double, triple, or quadruple), fries, soft drinks, and milkshakes (chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry), and they are all perfect in their simplicity.

    There are no veggie patties, but there is a “grilled cheese,” not listed on the menu, that is simply a cheeseburger with extra cheese but without the burger. Grilled onions are added to any burger on request.

    The fries are always fresh, and one can often see them being made from scratch through the kitchen window, but they are sometimes in need of extra salt.

    The staff is cheerful and courteous. Most In-N-Outs are simply drive-throughs with a few outdoor tables, but some of them have indoor seating as well. In accordance with the needs of the customers, the food can be packaged in a box for eating in a car, or a bag for taking home.

    With its low prices and high quality, In-N-Out projects the feeling that it need not be any more than what it is, and I give it five stars out of five.