For too long Australians have been deprived of In-N-Out, and limited to McDonald's and Hungry Jacks (Burger King to you Americans). Choice can be overwhelming. Big Mac's can be underwhelming. Whoppers tend to fall between the two.
In-N-Out Burger is known for its simple, and secret menus. A simple burger consisting of a beef patty, cheese, onion, tomato, lettuce, secret sauce, and buns. Fries, served naked or animal style. Followed by drinks of shakes, or soft drink.
Sydney's answer to In-N-Out has to be the Mister Gee Burger Truck, currently positioned in Haberfield, NSW.
Mister Gee's Burger Truck serves one burger, side and shake per week. These items go on rotation and this simple style mirrors that of In-N-Out.
Cheese Boogie Burger
The Fat Boy Burger
If you haven't already drowned in your own drool, head on over to Mister Gee's Burger Truck and dig in to the closest thing you'll find to In-N-Out in Sydney.
Open from Thursday through Saturday, from 6.30pm until sold out. Currently positioned at 315 Parramatta Road, Haberfield. Any changes to serving schedules are posted on their Facebook page.