These cost $3.99 each in my area.
For the most part, the Deluxe Quarter Pounder is built as what I tend to think of as a standard burger you'd make at home. There are no surprises, but that also makes it kinda boring.
The tomato, lettuce, onion, and pickles were all of pretty good quality and constructed in good proportions to one another. I prefer iceberg lettuce over romaine though. It's not as healthy, but iceberg typically has a crunchier, more refreshing texture. Or, maybe just have two leafs of romaine lettuce; the one leaf they give you doesn't hold up very well.
While the quarter pound beef patty provides a solid amount of beefiness, it's not juicy and yet, could stand some more browning for a decent crust.
Overall, McDonald's Deluxe Quarter Pounder all comes together in a very familiar and fairly competent fashion. If it's too run-of-the-mill to really find yourself craving, it delivers a decent service for when you're not feeling too adventurous.
Nutritional Info - McDonald's Deluxe Quarter Pounder - 8.6 oz (244g)
Calories - 540 (from Fat - 250)
Fat - 27g (Saturated Fat - 11g)
Sodium - 960mg
Carbs - 45g (Sugar - 9g)
Protein - 29g