What a way to mark Canada Day. Iconic Canadian restaurant Tim Hortons is set to land in London’s Park Royal on 1st July, much to the delight of UK fans of the premium fast food, legendary coffee, and of course their deliciously addictive doughnuts.
The new store will open with a full menu of global favourites, including bestselling items such as Timbits, Iced Capps, Freshly Baked Donuts, and Tims Crispy Chicken Sandwich. The speciality drinks, from lattes, cappuccinos, and espresso shots to teas, fruit smoothies, and ice coolers can be ordered alongside grilled Paninis, classic sandwiches, wraps, soups, burgers, and so much more.
Those in and around the city will be able to visit for a delicious meal from 6am to midnight, seven days a week. features a relaxed seating area for those wanting to dine-in, as well as a drive-thru lane for those on the go. Guests can also take away and delivery options will be available by the end of the month.
It will also celebrate with an array of special offers and giveaways – there are free drinks up for grabs, a prize of free drinks every day for a while year, and a jackpot of a free trip to Timmie’s Canadan homeland. The launch offers will continue to run throughout the month, and can be redeemed by scanning an in-store QR code.
With a flagship store in Leicester City Centre, and 56 UK restaurants already open, Tim Horton launches have attracted much attention. In fact, the Leicester opening saw one superfan queuing for 20 hours(!) in November 2019, to be the first through the door. To that, Tim Hortons UK Franchise CCO Kevin Hydes remarks “I’m sure people will wonder why you’d queue for that long – we’d say it’s worth it but don’t take our word for it, come down and see for yourself as we continue to celebrate our opening all month.”
We couldn’t agree more.
You’ll be able to treat yourself to a meal at Tim Hortons Park Royal at Royale Leisure Park, Kendal Ave, London W3 0PA from 1st July onwards, with opening hours from 06:00 to 00:00 every day. You can browse through the mouthwatering menu, as well as locate the rest of the branches, right here.
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