Is it a spoiler to reveal that one of the crucial plot points from “The Menu” revolves around a juicy cheeseburger? Sure, the hit satire that recently landed on HBO Max is largely about a hugely pretentious tasting menu restaurant situated on a lonely island and overseen by a mercurial chef played by Ralph Fiennes.

But the character played by Anya Taylor-Joy, the odd-woman-out among the group of rich foodies and snooty critics, refuses to touch one morsel of the exquisitely plated oysters or the handmade tortillas inscribed with shocking messages. After quite a few shocking things happen over the course of the dinner, she finally gets her wish of being served “just a well-made cheeseburger.”

This month, historic West Hollywood stand Irv’s Burgers is collaborating with Searchlight Pictures to offer a special based on the thriller’s climactic dish.

Through the end of January, Irv’s will be serving “Just a Well-Made Cheeseburger for You” — Irv’s sesame bun, two 3 oz. beef patties, American cheese, pickles, onions and special sauce, with a side of crinkle cut fries. “The Menu” burger and fries is $9.95 and is available at Irv’s, 7998 Santa Monica Blvd., and on Postmates and UberEats.

The patties are crafted from a blend of fresh chuck and brisket, ground fresh and seasoned. Never frozen, they’re always “pressed to order,” according to the stand that opened in 1946.

When the film’s consulting chef Dominique Crenn spoke with Variety about the film, the Michelin-starred chef considered the ubiquitous sandwich.

“The making of a cheeseburger is also an art,” Crenn says. Although her restaurant are largely meat-free, she admits, “The cheeseburger is also the comfort that we are sometimes looking for in a world of pressure. If you do it with love and attention, it’s amazing.”