On the order I received, the cheese clung to the top layer of fries in an unappetizing way, at least to me.
Since the cheese was under-melted, they were easier to eat with my fingers. However, I really wished the cheese had been slightly gooier.
The cheese itself was tasty — it was a tangy, classic American cheese. However, most of the fries didn’t even get a drop of cheese on them.
While I did enjoy the cheese, I would have much preferred the cheese to actually cover the fries. However, this can probably be chalked up to an error on the day I visited In-N-Out.
The regular fries were a tad underwhelming, in my opinion.
The regular fry cost me only $2, which I thought was a good deal.
They were crispy but could have used a touch more salt.
The inside was also not fluffy at all, which I thought gave them an odd texture. Overall, I was just slightly underwhelmed by the regular fries — an opinion that I share with other In-N-Out diners.
I much preferred the crispier, well-done fries over the regular fries.
The fries cost me $2, meaning there was no extra charge for asking them to stay in the fryer a little longer.
They were well-salted and the extra time in the fryer definitely gave them a better texture.
Overall, I was impressed by the crispier fries and would order them this way again.
However, the next time I find myself at an In-N-Out, I know I’ll be ordering my fries animal-style.
The chain serves its animal-style fries with special sauce, a slice of melted American cheese, and chopped grilled onions. They cost me $4.10, making them the same price as the cheese fries and more expensive than the regular and crispy fries.