The Five Guys secret menu is jam packed with gooey, mouthwatering modifications to the acclaimed burgers that Americans already know and love.
From monstrous cheesy creations like the Double Grilled Cheeseburger to cooking your fries the way you want them, the new variety of options is certainly enough to spice up the experience for a regular Five Guys customer.
Check below to see the rest of the secrets that Five Guys has to offer! Update: For the carb conscious, you can get your burger without a bun, wrapped in leaf lettuce instead. Just ask for your burger “In a wrap,” and look forward to your protein-y goodness!
Perhaps even better than the In-n-Out secret menu Cheese Fries, melted cheese douses crispy Five Guys french fries. For the dairy addict, this innovation may be what keeps you coming back for more – a mountain of cheese baked onto your fries – despite how good the burgers are. Sometimes they’ll make them for you for free, and sometimes they charge 50 cents, but the investment is worth it for the dedicated cheese fanatic. Give them a try next time you go!
Cost: $3.50 for grilled cheese, $1.80/extra patty Take the tender, savory flavor of a tasty beef patty at Five Guys and mash it between two buttery, grilled slices of bread. Add some signature grilled onions and a heaping pile of warm, melted cheese, and you have your very own patty melt. The sky is the limit: you can have more than one patty in this creation. I’d advise against much more than two, though, because it’s already a lot to take in at once. To order one, just order a grilled cheese and ask for them to add hamburger patties and whatever other toppings you want inside. Forge the ultimate sandwich and enjoy!
Another In-n-Out competitor, the name describes the item fittingly. Five Guys’ french fries, especially spicy Cajun fries, are hailed as some of the best in town. But if they don’t provide the crunch you need, just ask for them to be well done. Order well done fries and they’ll be fried for an extra long period, making for a crunchy delicacy. Grab a lot of ketchup and savor the crunch!
Double Grilled Cheeseburger
This puts the Patty Melt to shame. Instead of toppings inside of a regular grilled cheese, this burger’s ingredients are stacked between two separate grilled cheese sandwiches. You can order as many patties as you desire, and whatever free toppings catch your fancy. Pile up the ingredients, but be careful: two grilled cheeses on their own pack a hefty punch in the calorie category. Finishing a mountain of beef between that will pose a challenge to even the most ravenous.
But, if you think you’re up for the challenge, give the Double Grilled Cheeseburger a whirl. Just ask to put the patties and toppings of your choice between two grilled cheeses. They’ll set you up for a sandwich of epic proportions.