The Asian In-N-Out pop-up is officially a phenomenon. The iconic Baldwin Park, Calif.-based burger purveyor has made stops over the past few years in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Tokyo. They always sell out quickly — sometimes, as when they visited Singapore, they sell out in about five minutes.
Yesterday, according to ABS-CBN News, In-N-Out set up shop in Manila restaurant Giligan's Island for four hours, between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. The last time the burger chain had made an appearance in the Philippines was two years prior. Those who wanted burgers were required to get bracelets from organizers, which allowed customers the right to purchase one burger.