In-N-Out Burger VS. Five Guys (American Fast Food Review!)

In-N-Out Burger VS. Five Guys (American Fast Food Review!)
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Phoenix, Arizona

I’ve eaten In-N-Out Burger before and I’ve eaten Five Guys before… but this was my first time to ever eat them back to back. In this video I’m taking you on a full burger review comparison between In-N-Out and Five Guys, two burger chains with extremely loyal followings.

In-N-Out Burger

I ordered the Double Double and extra crispy fries. Now to keep things consistent for the review, I couldn’t go all crazy with their secret menu of toppings, so all I ordered was extra onions.

Prices – Double Double – $3.85, Extra crispy fries – $1.80

The Double Double from In-N-Out is indeed extremely tasty and salty and it has an amazing balance of tastes and everything goes together in such harmony. However, after finishing the Double Double I walked away still quite hungry.

Five Guys

Next we drove over to Five Guys, luckily just a 5 minute drive from In-N-Out Burger. Again, I kept it pretty simple and just ordered their cheeseburger all the way, and a side of regular fries. You’ll notice immediately that the prices are twice as high as In-N-Out, however, we’ll find out that their burger weight probably twice as much as well.

Prices – Cheeseburger – $7.99, Fries – $4.29

The Five Guys Cheeseburger is heavy and dense, and they already press down the bun for you, so it’s not fluffy at all. The ingredients inside are great, and I especially enjoyed the mushrooms inside. The burger is definitely not as salty as In-N-Out, however it tastes better quality.


It sort of depends on what mood you’re in, and you do have to take into account that Five Guys is twice as expensive as In-N-Out – so you could eat two Double Doubles for the same price as one Five Guys cheeseburger.

I think the In-N-Out Double Double is tastier, possibly because it’s saltier, but the Five Guys burger tastes fresher, more natural, and a little more home-cooked styles. Overall, I would choose Five Guys more often than In-N-Out Burger. That’s my final verdict.
What about you? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!

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  1. I gave it a thumbs down. I've been eating In-N-Out since 1986 when I was introduced to it in LA. Five Guys came into my town and I tried it once and didn't like it at all.

  2. I've only had In 'n' out twice, in 2010 on a roadtrip from Denver to LA, but man i loved it….Five guys i had for the first time last year, summer 2018 going to Disney Land Paris and they got a shack just outside where the other shops are (kinda like a tiny Disneyland, without the rides, just restaurants and shops where you can go without paying entry to the parks) and it was bloody amazing too.
    And Mark was right about the weight, that burger had some serious mass to it. I ate some peanuts while waiting, the fries and after half a burger i was stuffed. But thanks to the aluminium foil wrapping, i just put it in my backpack and later that evening it made a delicious meal while watching the Holographic Event at the main castle in the park at 11pm.

  3. I love the ketchup with mayo and pickles and onions and tomato and lettuce on a burger, but YOU ALSO HAVE TO HAVE BACON. Oh, my gosh. I'm hungry.

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