McRoyale® Meal - McDonald's

McRoyale® Meal


A mouth-watering 100% beef patty, cheese, shredded lettuce, tomato, pickles and onion, McChicken® sauce, mustard and ketchup on freshly toasted sesame seed bun. Served with our World’s Famous Fries and a drink.

Ingredients in the McRoyale® Meal

McChicken® Sauce - McDonald's

McChicken® Sauce

Quarter Pounder Bun - McDonald's

Quarter Pounder Bun

Ketchup - McDonald's


Mustard - McDonald's


Pickle Slices - McDonald's

Pickle Slices

Slice of Cheese (Cheddar) - McDonald's

Slice of Cheese (Cheddar)

100% Beef Patty - McDonald's

100% Beef Patty

Shredded Lettuce - McDonald's

Shredded Lettuce

Slice Tomato - McDonald's

Slice Tomato

Fresh Onion - McDonald's

Fresh Onion

Nutritional Information

999kCal Calories
50.8g Total Fat
96.4g Total Carbs
34.3g Protein
Kilocalorie 999kCal
Saturated Fat 23.5g
Trans Fat 1g
Cholesterol 74.4mg
Sodium 1045mg
Dietary Fiber 12g
Sugars 10.9g
Vitamin A 15.6ug
Vitamin C 4.3ug
Calcium 29.7mg
Iron 2.5mg

*Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet




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Percent Daily Values (DV) and RDIs are based on unrounded values.

** Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

The nutrition information on this website is derived from testing conducted in accredited laboratories, published resources, or from information provided from McDonald's suppliers. The nutrition information is based on standard product formulations and serving sizes. Calories for fountain beverages are based on standard fill levels plus ice. If you use the self-service fountain inside the restaurant for your drink order, see the sign posted at the beverage fountain for beverage calories without ice. All nutrition information is based on average values for ingredients and is rounded in accordance with current U.S. FDA NLEA regulations. Variation in serving sizes, preparation techniques, product testing and sources of supply, as well as regional and seasonal differences may affect the nutrition values for each product. In addition, product formulations change periodically. You should expect some variation in the nutrient content of the products purchased in our restaurants. Beverage sizes may vary in your market. McDonald’s USA does not certify or claim any of its US menu items as Halal, Kosher or meeting any other religious requirements. We do not promote any of our US menu items as vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free. Our fried menu items are cooked in a vegetable oil blend with citric acid added as a processing aid and dimethylpolysiloxane to reduce oil splatter when cooking. This information is correct as of January 2019, unless stated otherwise.