Good hot soups, decent panini sandwiches. Service somewhat slow but not intolerable. Good spot to come in from the cold.
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Service was friendly, though reserved (I think that was cultural). Food was good (I got the grilled cheese panini and side salad). Nice-sized place which plenty of seating. Seemed like most people got their stuff to go.
The selection was a bit low at the end of the day. The food was good. It was not busy and there was no line up. It was good to find a place open in evening.
After spending most of the day at the National Art Gallery I stopped here for a quick meal. It was delicious. The staff were cheerful and made a few suggestions as to what I might like to eat.
Every time I get a donut now they just aren't fresh anymore. I hear that they freeze them now and send them to the stores where they are warmed, and it shows too. Quality of Tim Hortons is just not like it use to be....More
Tim Horton is always good for coffee, but also have a selection of other drinks hot and cold. Had combo meals there just right amount of food. Very clean for a Tim Horton's
I travel the world and drink coffee everywhere. I take the good with the bad. But when macdonalds coffee is better then a national chain. I am shocked. No latte's, no soya milk, just bland tasteless dusty coffee. And the food is sub par. I...More
If your thinking about trying the new philly cheese sandwich...don't. The meat is mushy, and the bun soggy. It was a terrible experience.