Tim Hortons NEW Poutine • Food Review

Tim Hortons NEW Poutine • Food Review
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Tim Hortons Inc. (known internationally as Tim Horton’s Cafe and Bake Shop) is a Canadian multinational fast casual restaurant known for its coffee and doughnuts. It is also Canada’s largest fast food service with over 3,000 stores nationwide. It was founded in 1964 in Hamilton, Ontario, by Canadian hockey player Tim Horton and Jim Charade, after an initial venture in hamburger restaurants. In 1967, Horton partnered with investor Ron Joyce, who assumed control over operations after Tim Horton died in 1974, and expanded the chain into a multi-million dollar franchise. Charade left the organization in 1966 and briefly returned in 1970 and 1993 through 1996.
Tim Hortons franchises spread rapidly and eventually overtook McDonald’s as Canada’s largest food service operator. The company opened twice as many Canadian outlets as McDonald’s and system-wide sales also surpassed those of McDonald’s Canadian operations as of 2002. The chain accounted for 22.6% of all fast food industry revenues in Canada in 2005. Tim Hortons commands 76% of the Canadian market for baked goods (based on the number of customers served) and holds 62% of the Canadian coffee market (compared to Starbucks, in the number two position, at 7%).
In November 2010, Tim Hortons extended Interac debit payment system acceptance to most of its stores. The company previously began accepting Interac in its stores in Western Canada in 2003 and, later, MasterCard and MasterCard PayPass across most of its stores in 2007. The company often indicated the delay of broader or wider electronic payment acceptance was to “ensure speed of service.” In 2012, Tim Hortons began accepting Visa cards, and in 2013, began accepting American Express cards.

Comments

Ryan seas says:

See what i mean ppl for you why did they put salt yet u used it

Zero says:

I wonder if they’re bring this down to their locations in the states.

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Keelow says:

Always find your videos so chill man, keep it up brother!

Mech Ghost says:

Sad excuse for poutine, of course living in Montreal I’m spoiled

Juju Xenoblade says:

A grilled cheese and a poutine always fills me.

f00zh says:

u colluded with poutin too?

ⱵNST says:

Pas un ostie d’anglais qui va m’dire si une poutine est bonne.

Sens4Lyfe6 says:

ITS SOOOO GOOD thought it’d be ass but its so tasty

Grace Zubiaga says:

I looooveeee tim hortons

oui ja says:

Frozen fries, frozen cheese, frozen gravy. I would throw it at the restaurant window.
Aside from making sure your fries are cut fresh from potatoes (skin on is great), fresh curd (room temperature), and gravy so whatever. The potato is key believe it or not.

Brad Henny says:

All the food at Timmies is horrible

BB says:

lol I’m about to spill the tea. I worked at Tim Hortons. ill tell you now it’s the last place I’d ever eat at. I refuse to even drink the coffee. everything is disgusting. nothing is made in the actual restaurant it’s all pre made food that we just heat up. the coffee is watered down af. the cheese is sometimes moldy and they make us just shave off the mold during production and serve it. It’s way too overpriced for what it actually is. it’s going downhill so fast. and on top of all that if the restaurant is self owned the owner can make up their own rules and most of the time they don’t care about the employees. Training does not exist thats why any tim hortons you go to the employees seem lile idiots and your order will be wrong 80% of the time because they literally throw the employees out on the floor with no training. I’ve taught myself everything I know without anyones help. it’s pretty sad.

Deception says:

I was disappointed when I had it, kinda expensive for a small box

Music Tested Gamer says:

Love the vid bro I was trying to watch someone to eat this really badly btw I’ve been here since you used to go on rides

GTATransit - Toronto Transit Fan says:

Just so you’re aware for the future, it’s pronounced Kbec not Quebec. Francophone’s would unfortunately shun you.

Chickenman57 says:

I live so close to that timmies aha u may have changed my mind on their poutine didn’t wanna try it but now debating

Ryan seas says:

They put a fork and spoon and salt and pepper because of ppl like u who question why is there a spoon

LordVoldore says:

My cheese didn’t squeak, it squealed like a wild boar getting killed!

Tom Bingham says:

Does anybody even like this guy?

Nikki Sklivas says:

Here in Quebec we have packets of cheese curds at gas stations, simply amazing! Love from Montreal, great video!

Paul Marchand says:

Quebec’s poutine is unbeatable. TH poutine is really awfull. This is not poutine. It’s garboiled frozen potato broiled and layered with unfit gravy and cheap cheeze. Nothing more. No better then mc Donald’s or others. Get it in a true queb3c style poutine restorant. You’ll feel the difference

TwentyTrees says:

Oh, I waited for it since I saw an article on this poutine. It’s written by Beaverton. I was surprised how many people said it’s generally speaking not good and man eating this “hopefully going through a breakup or something.” Glad to know it’s not actually that bad.

Alex Zaldivar says:

Quebecer here. Tim Horton is known to have a much lower quality poutine than at almost any place that serves it. If you want an authentic one, go anywhere else.

sherlockbonez says:

Double double with gravy.

Christopher Holloway says:

You like the taste?… it’s a terrible poutine. Should see how the gravy at Tims is made… it’s even microwaved and those cheese curds are frozen in individual packaging then thawed. The promotion is over and when Tim hortons restaurants run out of those ingredients it will be off the menu in all regions except Quebec where it is as of now permanent

Sharma R says:

It’s really bad 🙁

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