UKIAH, CA - JUNE 02:  A tall In-N-Out Burger sign can be seen from nearby Highway 101 as viewed on June 2, 2021, in Ukiah, California. Mendocino County, known for its wines, weed, hippies, laid-back lifestyle, and current drought, seems to be getting a population makeover as people who work remotely have moved to the region during the pandemic.  (Photo by George Rose/Getty Images)

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What Is The Flying Dutchman At In-N-Out?
Like many other restaurants, In-N-Out Burger has a secret menu filled with uniquely named items. One such unofficial item is the Flying Dutchman, which is basically two burger patties encompassing two slices of melted cheese without the buns.
You can also order a Flying Dutchman "Animal Style," which is the brand's code phrase for patties cooked in mustard, plus a heap of all the available toppings, including lettuce, tomato, pickle, grilled onions, and extra spread. However, the no-frills cheeseburger can get a bit messy, so you might want to have a few napkins handy.
The Flying Dutchman costs just over $2, making it an affordable option for lunch or dinner. However, if you're craving a little more for your meal, you can also opt for roadkill fries (a Flying Dutchman atop a basket of Animal Style fries) from the burger chain's cloak-and-dagger menu.