McDonald’s currently lists the ingredients as; a quarter-pound beef patty, sesame seed bun, pasteurized process American cheese, ketchup, pickle slices and onion.
The current menu only lists the Quarter Pounder with cheese, however customers have more sandwich options through the restaurant's app, Andrew Lavin, the attorney who filed the suit, told the Herald.
“So McDonald's is offering two specific products: one is a Quarter Pounder and one is a Quarter Pounder with Cheese,” Lavin said. But if you go into the restaurant that option is not available to you."
McDonald’s has 21 days to respond to the lawsuit.
"We do not believe the claims in this lawsuit have legal merit," the restaurant told USA Today. "The advertised Quarter Pounder burger comes with cheese. We try to accommodate our customers' requests by allowing them to customize their orders, such as a Quarter Pounder with no cheese."