The late chef Anthony Bourdain, a New Yorker through and through, famously said that In-N-Out was his favorite restaurant in Los Angeles. "This is like a ballistic missile ... a perfectly designed protein delivery system,” Bourdain told Eater in 2015 before taking a bite of In-N-Out’s burger. His order? A double-double, animal-style. That’s how you know Bourdain was a real fan and not just an East Coast interloper.
Like In-N-Out fanatics everywhere, he celebrated the chain’s secret menu, which includes well-known favorites like the neapolitan shake and root beer float. But even In-N-Out devotees might not know about the Flying Dutchman, Roadkill Fries, or the monkey-style burger. So here’s a rundown of the strangest, most hush-hush items you’ll find on In-N-Out’s secret menu.