Wildest Dishes You Can Find on In-N-Out’s Secret Menu

Anthony Bourdain, a native New Yorker, loved In-N-Out. "This is like a ballistic missile," Bourdain said of In-N-burger Out's in 2015.

An animal-inspired double-double. That is how you can tell Anthony Bourdain was a true admirer and not just an East Coast snob. He praised the In-N-Out restaurant chain's hidden menu, just as all In-N-Out devotees do.

However, even ardent fans of In-N-Out may not be familiar with the Flying Dutchman, Roadkill Fries, or the monkey-style burger. Here is a list of some of the wackiest and most secret items on the In-N-Out menu.

Flying Dutchman

The Flying Dutchman is the no-bun burger you're looking for if you detest vegetables, follow the keto diet, or like clogging your arteries.

Roadkill Fries

Speaking of roadkill, this hidden menu item will entice diners looking to add a little additional protein to their fries. Fries are ordered first, then they are topped with sauce, cheese, and caramelised onions.

Monkey-Style Burger

An In-N-Out burger and animal-style fries are combined to create this gigantic, jumbled mess of a burger. And regrettably, it doesn't.

Scooby Snack

Although it's not particularly attractive to look at, Shaggy and Scoob might probably be seen chewing on some of these in the Mystery Machine.


The In-N-Out 4X4 is a huge burger that comes with four patties and four slices of cheese. It is best suited for people with large appetites and those who get along well with their cardiologist.

Protein-Style Burger

The protein-style burger, a healthier substitute for the carb-free Flying Dutchman that is also gluten-free and keto-friendly, replaces the bread with crisp lettuce leaves.

Mustard Grilled Patty

Before placing the burger patty back onto the grill, the cook will spread some mustard on one side of it, giving it a light mustard surface.

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