Tim Hortons was founded in 1964, by hockey legend Tim Horton and they’ve been serving Canadians fresh coffee and donuts for over 40 years. In addition to donuts and coffee, they also offer a variety of freshly made sandwiches and soups.
I dont agree with the person who just commented this tim hortons as worst.I am so happy to have this timmis near to my home.Breakfast time is so busy there and i never found any problem of poor service till day.Staff is so good.I was surprised when i noticed that that timmis staff remember even my order.I am not gonna compare this tim hortons with other tim hortons because there will be always a difference..its a tiny tim hortons but still its fulfilling our all needs.I usually go there in the morning,everything is so fresh.I am happy to see that their such a tiny showcase have almost all varieties of donuts.I don know when they have only plain timbits.I usually buy all glazed timbits like choclate,apple fritter,honey dip,rasberry,lemon and rasberry filled.That location is not that much popular among people bcz this timmis dont have dine in and drive thru..so we cant expect everything everytime there.I hope when this location will get busier then they do have all the things ready all the time.Their staff is so friendly..and about english,i dont wanna comment lolzz..we are not going there for gossips.So..its your wish,u want to avoid or u want to go there.
Selection is always terrible, they usually have barely any donuts, if you want a bagel they're usually out of any kind other than plain, if you want a sandwich they'll have one bun left, always stale. All the donut baskets are empty, don't bother buying a box of timbits because they'll all be plain. Doesn't usually bother me but some amongst the staff seem to have very little English comprehension which just makes the entire experience that much more irritating.
It amazes me that it is possible to mess up what is practically pre-packaged food. I live within 2 minutes walking distance of this location but if I feel like Tim Hortons I will drive the ten minutes to Cumberland to avoid this one. Avoid it!
|1.||East 8th Street & South Clarence (665 m)|
|2.||East 8th Street & South Cumberland (1.5 km)|
|3.||22nd (1.7 km)|
|4.||University of Saskatchewan (2.3 km)|
|5.||Administration Place (2.4 km)|
|6.||West 22nd Street & North Avenue H (2.4 km)|
|7.||West 20th Street (3.1 km)|
|8.||South Clarence & Cartwright (3.1 km)|
|9.||East 33rd Street (3.5 km)|
|10.||East 8th Street & Acadia Drive (3.9 km)|