I have heard this food is great, it did not disappoint. I was amazed at the amount of people that went through the restaurant while we were there. Seating can be a little tough but we were able to find seats. We will definitely eat...More
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I came across In-N-Out Burger when I was doing my SF research & planning. My go to guide for restaurants is Lonely Planet, and out of many many times, I think I was only disappointed once. I have to say, I was sceptical about this...More
We do not have In-N-Out Burger in Louisiana, so we had to eat here. Every time we walked by, there was a line, but we went for a late lunch and the line was shorter (not out the door). The line went quick, finding a...More
I've heard about this place, but have never visited because the chain isn't located where I live. My husband and I stopped by to get something to share, just to try it. We waited in a long line, but they are pretty good at crowd...More
This was my first time to In-N-Out Burger, and the place certainly lived up to their reputation. The quality of the food is quite apparent in the taste - this does not taste like regular fast food - this tastes like a family chain of...More
GREAT, reasonable place to eat. Just don't expect to eat inside. VERY busy, but very good! No restroom.....one around the corner but you need a code. Get it from the Grey Line Tours office.
We waited a very long time for a basic burger and fries. Crowded, not clean, and the food was cold. The name was something my daughter recognized and wanted to try. So many other options in the area. Even though cheap eats, not worth it.
The burger and fries were as good as I had heard, however, I couldn't understand, considering the very small selective menu,. why it took so long to get our food (almost 15 minutes). Wanted to see what the hype was about, and I'm glad I...More