What Is In-N-Out Burger Overhyed Analysis

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Burger joints are everywhere in the United States however few have the appeal that In-N- Out offers. In the article, Great American Bites: Is In-N-Out Burger overhyped? By Larry Olmsted the author goes into detail pertaining to the Fast food chain known as In-N-Out. He claims that the In-N-Out is an over hyped product that is of low quality and has a boring menu.
Firstly, the author discusses how In-N-Out is an over hyped product with nothing to show for all the fans the restaurant has. Olmsted states “The food: Despite its very passionate loyal following, the actual burgers at In-N-Out are not especially good. The very basic, thin fast-food patties housed in generic buns are nearly identical to those at McDonald 's or Burger King.” (Olmsted 1). I don’t agree with the author of the article when he states this. Being an avid fan of In-N-Out I believe that they are by far the greatest fast food restaurant in the Unites states. Being an active food enthusiast myself I have traveled across the nation and have concluded that the In-N-out burgers are by far the greatest burgers ever. I believe that the amount of fans the restaurant has speaks for itself no restaurant chain would have such a fandom if they weren’t doing something right. Not only does the author bash on the hype of …show more content…

He goes into detail on how the burgers taste no different to that of other restaurants the shakes have a synthetic taste and the fries are almost cooked to point they taste almost burnt (Olmsted 1). Although I love the restaurant I must agree on some aspects of the author writing the review. Not everyone is going to like everything just like anything In-N-Out is no different the individual is either going to fall in love with the chain or they are going to hate it. In addition to the author stating that In-N-Out has low quality food he also says that they have a boring

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