Sunday, August 13, 2006
When we were up in Canada, we went to Tim Horton's, the largest fast food chain in all of Canada - eat it McDonald's. They sell primarily doughnuts and coffee, and despite the fact that Wendy's owns them, it's clear that the Canadian customers aren't there for Frosty's or chili.
The doughnuts were super-fresh, and despite the long wait, were well worth it. I loved the chocolate-banana cake doughnut as well as the maple frosted raised doughnut.
Canadians get homesick for Tim Horton's much in the same way I missed Dunkin Donuts when I live in Vegas. Horton's, dare I say, might be better than Dunkin Donuts.