Hack the Menu exposes food chain's secret menus

Website Exposes Fast Food Restaurant's Secret Menus
Website Exposes Fast Food Restaurant's Secret Menus

Fast food restaurants like In N' Out and Five Guys are notorious for their secret menus, but they aren't the only establishments that keep some creations under wraps. The website hackthemenu.com is a one-stop-shop for mystery menus from places like Burger King, Chipotle, Subway, Starbucks, and more. Though a few of the restaurants listed deny the existence of any such menu.

One of the many hidden items from Burger King is the Suicide Burger, also known as the Quad Stacker. It includes four beef patties, four pieces of cheese, four pieces of bacon, and way more than four calories.

Another secret selection from Starbucks is called Liquid Cocaine follows the rule of fours. The drink contains four shots of espresso, four pumps of white chocolate syrup, milk and ice. It's more of a "do it yourself drink," so you may have to walk the barista through the process.

And the best and worst item listed on Hack The Menu is Chipotle's Quesarito. It's a personalized burrito wrapped in a cheese quesadilla.

At Dairy Queen, you can order a Banana Split Blizzard, which is an ice cream concoction that is exactly what it sounds like -- a banana split in a cup. And finally, at McDonald's try the Chicken McGriddle, a chicken twist on the popular breakfast sandwich.

To see the complete list of secret menu items, head over to HackTheMenu.com