Tim Hortons – New Delhi

Tim Horton’s recently ventured into the Indian market and opened their outlets in Delhi. We visited the outlet in Green Park and absolutely enjoyed every aspect of this place. The service was lightning fast and the staff were super friendly as well. Parking is available on the main road and this particular outlet has very limited seating. We had the following while we were at Tim Horton’s.

The classic Cold Coffee was refreshing as ever. Served in three different portion sizes such as small, medium, and large, we had the medium one which was quite fulfilling. The consistency is perfect and the taste is sweet as well.

Java Chip Iced Cappuccino is their signature creamy blended frozen coffee beverage served with some chocolate syrup and chips topped with some whipped cream. This was one of the best versions of a cold coffee and truly surpassed my expectations.

For dessert we had the Lotus Biscoff Cheesecake and my god, this has to be one of the cheesiest cheesecakes ever. The texture, the taste, the whole dish itself was majestic. This is surely a must try when you are at Tim Horton’s.

We did not try any of their savories though so we will be returning here for sure just to try out some of their other dishes as well. You can find them at S – 32, Ground floor, Market, Green Park, New Delhi, Delhi 110016.

Budget Corner

  1. Cold Coffee – 310 INR
  2. Java Chip Iced Cappuccino – 315 INR
  3. Lotus Biscoff Cheesecake – 300 INR

Average cost for two people would be 900 – 1400 INR

Here is a video of our time at Tim Hortons.

Tim Hortons Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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