Canadians haven't been exactly the biggest fan of Tim Hortons lately. The coffee chain recently added a new item to their menu and people have been absolutely roasting it. Canadians are already ripping apart Tim Horton's new chicken strips.
Tim Hortons has added some new items to their menu lately, and some have been big hits while others have been subject to public criticism. Canadians loved their new kid's meals called Timmies Minis and their new Double Double Timbit. People ripped their new fall menu apart, as well as their new breakfast sandwich. Not to mention the quality of their coffee, which has been questioned by Canadians lately.
Tim Horton's new chicken strips were just released this week, and it hasn't taken long for Canadians to complete roast them. In Ontario, three Tim Hortons' Chicken Strips and a dipping sauce will cost you $6.45, and five strips and two dipping sauces cost $9.35.
Many Canadians are saying that it's not at all worth the price tag. Check out what people have already had to say about the new Tim Horton's chicken strips.
Tim Hortons has chicken strips? I’m still waiting for them to just make a decent coffee and a good doughnut....— taylorxmeg (@_taylorcherski) January 8, 2019
Maybe @TimHortons should ditch the chicken strips and fake happy meals, and return to what got them to where they are: freshly made in house donuts, good tasting coffee, and well cared after employees. If you want to make a change, serve Montreal style bagels. That’d be welcome.— Ryan Wright (@ryanwright) January 8, 2019
Instead of introducing something so exotic as chicken fingers 🙄@TimHortons should try making their existing menu items taste like food.— Mıκε Gαяяεтт 🚀🛸 (@THEMikeGarrett) January 10, 2019
@TimHortons before we bring in chicken fingers we should learn how to make a make a bagel, no?— Adam Girard (@adamgirard7) January 11, 2019
Many Canadians said the chicken strips were not worth the $6.45 price tag, especially given their tiny portions. Others took the opportunity to comment on what they thought of the poor quality of Tim Hortons in general.
If you're looking to try the Tim Hortons new chicken strips and judge for yourself, they are available now at participating Tim Hortons locations across Canada.