First time at an In-N-Out. My west coast colleagues were always saying that In-N-Out is better than Five Guys, so I came in with high expectations. Ordered a double double with grilled onions, lettuce, and the house sauce, with a side of fries. Overall, no contest.The good:* Fries were well-salted without being too salty.* Inner surface of bun of burger was nicely toasted, good crunch.* Grilled onions were well-executed and house sauce (turned out to be sort of sweet-and-sour, reminded me of Heinz 57 crossed with honey mustard) was alright.* Inexpensive. Quite inexpensive, actually. Probably could've gotten two burgers here for the price of one at Five Guys. But I don't need two burgers.The not-so-good:* The fries had a weird dry foam texture, like they had been freeze-dried before frying. I have never seen fries like this before, and I did not find it at all enjoyable.* The burger patties were sort of thin and anemic, but that's both unsurprising and forgivable at this price point, since they are the most expensive part of a burger.* Standard Kraft-type flavorless American cheese.* The menu! I hear people ordering "animal style" this and "protein style" that. I have no idea what those mean, and they're not on the menu board. Neither is the list of vegetables they can put on the burger.