A briny take on the Animal Style burger, the Tomato Wrap technically qualifies as a modification of a traditional menu item. With two tomatoes substituted for a hamburger bun, the “wrap” doesn’t leave much to the imagination, although it will leave your fingers drenched in In-N-Out’s signature spread sauce. One of the video’s hosts, Clayton, tries out the Tomato Wrap but leaves feeling kind of dismayed: He calls it, in particularly eloquent terms, “an amalgamation of science and nature that should not be created.” Or, in a more direct phrase for the less bookish: “Way too much tomato.”
You obviously shouldn’t feel compelled to order a Tomato Wrap, as In-N-Out is a bastion of goodness, secret menu notwithstanding. (Don't listen to the haters). But if you’ve been looking for that fleeting bit of intel for your next trip to California, you might want to pull this one out of your bag of tricks.