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- 86%Budget Travelers
- 82%Family Travelers
- 68%Local Culture
- 57%Business Travelers
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- In-N-Out BurgerMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 6Feb 03, 2014
I've heard so much about this place I couldn't wait to give it a try. They use all natural ingredients and you could tell that by the taste. I really enjoyed it but I wasn't as blow away as I thought I might be.Recommended for:
- In-N-Out BurgerMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureFamily TravelersJul 12, 2014
People come to San Diego and in n out is on top of the list for burger places. Their orange sauce that comes with the burgers are great. The fries are too soft for my taste but still good.Recommended for:
- In-N-Out BurgerMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 7Jul 04, 2012
H- Welcome to In N Out
H- May I take your order?
M- Yes please...
M- 4X4 animal style
M- along with fries done well animal style
M- excuse my asking......but do you work at hooters too???
no, I didn't ask that...but I was thinking it - hell it's right next door!
- In-N-Out BurgerMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 11Jul 05, 2012
This In-N-Out Burger is right next to the Westfield Mission Valley Shopping Center in Mission Valley, near the Hotel Circle of San Diego, just off Interstate 8.
In 1948, the first In-N-Out Burger was founded by Harry and Esther Snyder in Baldwin Park, CA. Harry's idea of a drive-thru hamburger stand where customers could order through a two-way speaker box was quite unique. In that era, it was common to see carhops serving those who wanted to order food from their car. Harry's idea caught on and California's first drive-thru hamburger stand was born.
The Snyder's business philosophy was simple: "Give customers the freshest, highest quality foods you can buy and provide them with friendly service in a sparkling clean environment." These principles have worked so well over the years that they are still the company's fundamental philosophy. in 1999, there were 140 Inn-n-Outs in 3 states, but since then they have been on an expansion tear.
Being near the Westfield Mall, there is a steady supply of customers. Westfield Group is an international corporation, with 55 malls in the US, 44 in Australia, 8 in the UK, and 12 in New Zealand. One of their newest renovations is Westfield Culver City, (old Fox Hills Mall) which reopened just a couple of months ago, and a new mall in London. Westfield Group has assets of $62 billion under management, with over 23,000 retailers globally and over 10 million square meters of retail space.
We ordered an "Easy #1" (burger) and "Easy #3" (doubleburger). With 2 fries (freshly made, not frozen) and 2 drinks, totaling
- In-N-Out BurgerMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 8Jul 05, 2012
I always like going to In N Out because you know what you're getting and it's always good and fresh. I recommend getting the burger protein style so you avoid eating the extra calories from the white bread. But when you feel like satisfying a guilty pleasure the Animal style fries are very good.
- In-N-Out BurgerAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureStudentsBackpackersAdventure TravelersJul 05, 2012
Only located in the southwestern United States, In-N-Out originated in California with Christian foundations. (You can still find Bible verses imprinted on the inner bottom rim of their soda cups.) Their concept is fresh and healthy, and they hold to it: ingredients from 100% pure beef to their premium potatoes, vine-ripened tomatoes and hand-leafed lettuce are all delivered to their stores daily. They specifically select and inspect their beef chucks, delivered to their California headquarters fresh from their partnered farms. Their fries are made from potatoes sliced daily and fried in cholesterol-free vegetable oil, and their famous milkshakes are made with real ice cream. I point all this out because I find it refreshing to find a fast food joint with such high standards, as well as consistently highly-rated food quality. Stack them up against Burger King or McDonald's, and they blow everyone else out of the water. And just out of curiosity, I have studied their nutritional value chart - which proves lower in fat, sodium, and cholesterol than any other fast food franchise in the world.
Also, check out their hidden menu -- not advertised on the simple 50's style retro menu board in each store, which only displays options for milkshakes, soda, fries, and three choices for burger: cheeseburger, hamburger, and double-double. Snoop around online and find the hidden goodies - especially their infamous Animal Fries, which, coincidentally, make me a liar after all I've touted about their healthy food. ;)