There’s a new burger at McDonald’s! The McDonald’s Western BBQ Quarter Pounder is available for as a limited time promotion.
Here’s a look at the ingredients, nutrition, price, and my own review of the burger.
Note: This post is not sponsored.
The McDonald’s Western BBQ Quarter is made with the following:
- Quarter Pounder Beef Patty: 100% pure beef, sustainable
- Sesame Seed Bun
- Processed Cheese Slice
- Bacon Slice
- Crispy Onions
- Pickle Slices
- Smoky BBQ Sauce
Here are the customization options :
- Bacon Strips: 0 – 3 (1 is the default)
- Meat Patty: 0 – 1 (1 is the default)
- Pickles: 0 – 3 (1 is the default)
- Smoky BBQ Sauce: 0 – 3 (1 is the default)
- Crispy Onions: 0 – 3 (1 is the default)
- Bun: 0 -1 (1 is the default)
Here are the add-on options:
- Mayo-Style Sauce: 0 – 3 (0 is the default)
- Leaf Lettuce: 0 – 3 (0 is the default)
- Tomato: 0 – 3 (0 is the default)
Nutrition & Calories
- Calories: 630 cals
- Serving Size: 206 g
- Fat: 35 g
- Saturated Fat: 15 g
- Trans Fat: 1 g
- Cholesterol: 100 mg
- Sodium: 1440 mg
- Carbohydrates: 46 g
- Fibre: 3 g
- Sugar: 11 g
- Protein: 34 g
The McDonald’s Western BBQ Quarter Pounder is $7.39 (based on Vancouver, BC pricing). Check your local McDonald’s for local pricing.
The photos I took of the burger are taken right after I received the burger at curbside pickup.
It was very well-composed with all the ingredients laid out nicely within the burger. How well it is put together can depend on the person who is making it.
The Smoky BBQ Sauce tasted like your typical BBQ Sauce. It was smoky and sweet.
The patty is your standard Quarter Pounder Beef Patty.
I liked the crispy onions for textural contrast.
I personally don’t enjoy BBQ sauce flavours in general so this burger isn’t really up my alley.
If you do like BBQ flavours, you might want to give it a try.
For more information, visit www.mcdonalds.com/ca/en-ca/deals-and-promotions/qpc.html
Have you tried the McDonald’s Western BBQ Quarter Pounder? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.