Just when you thought fast food was dead, there’s a new player in town…

One of America’s most loved fast food outlets, In-N-Out Burger, has sold out within minutes when opening a pop-up store
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One of America’s most loved fast food outlets, In-N-Out Burger, has sold out within minutes when opening a pop-up store in Sydney this week.

Before even opening its doors, excited Australian fans had ordered everything there was to get from the In-N-Out menu.

Some people queued from the early hours of the morning, whilst others were eventually turned away by In-N-Out staff. The queue was so long that would-be customers needed to be issued with wristbands.

In-N-Out burger is famous for its menu of oversized burgers, fries and milkshakes. They boast a huge “Animal Style” burger, and a “3 x 3” burger which has three beef patties as standard.

Though In-N-Out burger has no immediate plans to open a permanent Australian store, the frenzy surrounding it has proven fast food is still popular.

Whilst McDonalds’ global profits fell 15% last year and its share prices plummeted, people on Facebook couldn’t contain their excitement about In-N-Out Burger.

Facebook users are begging In-N-Out to open more pop-up stores throughout Australia. One person said, “don’t eat dinner is on its way!”

Whilst another added, “In-N-Out has the best burgers ever, I tried them in America. The only fast food I still really love!”

Would you give In-N-Out Burger a try if it opened near you? Or are you tired of fast food? Are you surprised that other American takeaways are growing popular in Australia?

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Posted by Foodbeast on Sunday, December 6, 2015

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Posted by Foodbeast on Tuesday, October 20, 2015

  1. David James

    No I won’t be trying it, we get all of America’s bad food trends down here, the good news is that are Australian’s are now fatter than Americans , so we can’t go much lower down the ladder of gluttony

  2. Helen Joan Harmon

    Neither excited or disappointed. It is an individual’s choice what they do. I won’t be in any rush to buy one if a store were to open up where I live.

  3. Hilary Roberts

    Silly headline. Fast food isn’t dead??? Just look at how many people eat at these places every day!

  4. Jan Bransbury

    I certainly wouldn’t be standing in a queue for this, but if people want to eat it, then it’s their choice. One every six months probably wouldn’t kill you. Can’t see me trying it though.

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