Tim Hortons: We reviewed breakfast at Teesside Park’s brand new fast food restaurant

There are some things you can’t beat on a morning, and that usually includes bacon, eggs, and a hash or two. So, as you can imagine, we were eager to head over to Tim Hortons to see if the £2.99 breakfast deal lived up to the hype.

The chain has only been open for just under a week in Teesside Park and has since served thousands of Teessiders. Some impatient superfans even visited the restaurant nearly 12 hours before opening to get free breakfast and free coffee for a year.

We decided to go down and try one of the breakfasts inside the newly decorated venue, and were quite impressed with the food on offer – especially how much you could get for £2.99 . And I was quite surprised at the sheer volume of breakfasts on offer when I first laid eyes on the menu.

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You can grab everything from cheese fondues and hot buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup to a bacon and egg muffin. However, I have to admit it was very tempting to skip all the savory and instead devour some of the fresh donuts, which looked way too good not to eat.

I opted for the breakfast wrap, which like all other items in the breakfast offer comes with a hash brown and a small drink. Inside the breakfast package was everything you could want – bacon, cheese, sausage, eggs, hash brown and tomato sauce to finish it off.

We had two £2.99 breakfast deals, one with a wrap and the other with a bagel

I was personally very excited to try this, as many other fast food places don’t offer breakfast, or if they do, have a reduced menu that doesn’t include your meals cooked breakfast type in a wrap. I finished the food fairly quickly and found all the breakfast items to be tasty on their own but mixed well together – plus the brown hash on the side was just what I needed after an early start.

My only complaint would probably be that the food could have been slightly warmer and the hash browns could have been a little crispier – but the taste of the wrap made up for that. The drink I had alongside was a lemon refreshment, which did the job of giving me a cool boost from the hot weather that Teesside has enjoyed this month.

I wasn’t the only one eating either – our photographer Ian also served himself a meal of bacon and egg bagel with chipotle sauce and an original coffee blend on opening morning. As for the bagel, it was on par with other fast food breakfast offerings and the chipotle sauce took it to another level.

For the coffee, it was hot enough to drink without having to wait for it to cool down, which was a nice change from when you normally order coffee to go.

Overall it was a good solid breakfast, served quickly and cleanly. The menu had a great selection so I think it’s fair to say that I will be back to try some of the other items on offer.

If you’d like to see our review of Tim Horton’s regular menu, visit here.


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