Canadian fast food legend Tim Hortons opens store in London
Donuts, Timbits and very polite people are finally coming to the capital! Cult Canadian restaurant Tim Hortons is moving to Park Royal in West London and will officially open on July 1, aka Canada Day.
To celebrate this momentous occasion, the first lucky customer in the drive-thru and restaurant queue will win free drinks for an entire year, while the first 100 customers can enjoy free breakfast. Many other Canadian goodies are up for grabs.
The restaurant will seat up to 100 diners, with on-site and drive-thru catering as well as delivery options and will be open from 6 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week. The menu will include the most popular items. sold from the chain, including Timbits (bite-sized donut holes), coffee, freshly baked donuts and crispy chicken sandwiches, as well as beef burgers, hot dogs and fries in trellis.
Tim Hortons has big plans to roll out more sites in London. Kevin Hydes, the company’s UK commercial director, said: ‘After opening 52 establishments across the UK, Londoners asked us to open a restaurant in the capital. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive, family-friendly place, welcoming guests morning, noon and night.
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