Canada’s largest coffee-and-doughtnut chain is here.

Tim Hortons has finally arrived.
 
As revealed by Thailand-based blogger Mick Rheault via the Bangkok Foodies Facebook page—and hinted at on Twitter by the official Tim Hortons Thailand account—the Canadian coffee-and-doughnut empire is opening its first outlet in Thailand this Jan 18 at Samyan Mitrtown.
 
Last June, BK joined several international sources, including Food Business News, Yahoo Finance and City News 1130, in reporting on the brand’s move into Thailand. Details were scant at the time. Now we have a location and first look of the menu.
 
Considering it’s set inside a shopping mall that’s less than one year old, expect this outlet to be a little more polished than many of Canada’s drive-thrus and takeaway shops, but the menu doesn’t stray far from the brand’s successful script. Original Blend coffee starts at B75 for a 12-ounce cup, while signatures like the Iced Capp start at B100 (B115 for flavored Iced Capps, including Cookies & Cream, Maple and Birthday Cake). The drinks menu also features a range of nitro cold brew coffees and—similar to the menu at Tim Hortons China—matcha-flavored drinks.
 
Those hungry for heartier dishes can choose from a selection of sandwiches that include barbecue pulled pork (B125) and spicy tuna (B110) wraps, but let’s be real: you’re coming here for the glazed, sugary goodness. Expect all the classics, like Boston Cream and Old Fashioned Glazed doughnuts (B35/piece), as well as Timbits, the branded version of doughnuts holes, which are available in boxes of four (B35), 10 (B85) and 20 (B160).