Saturday, April 19, 2014

Tim Hortons and Cold Stone Creamery : Abbotsford location


After leaving Harrison, we made the trip out to Hope just to take a ride on the Air Tram. Unfortuantely though, the air tram was not open until a few weeks later so we started heading back to Vancouver. On the way back, I felt light headed as well as car sick so we got off the Whatcom exit to grab a snack.



BERRY BERRY BERRY GOOD, REGULAR SIZE. 
SWEET ICE CREAM, RASPBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES AND BLUEBERRIES ($3.49).
I have tried Cold Stone Creamery a couple of times before and never liked it. The ice cream was always too sweet and just, not good. However, this time the ice cream tasted a lot better and not sickly sweet. The berry berry berry good has a good amount of berries and a nice creamy consistency. Also, none of the berries (raspberries, strawberries and blueberries) taste sour or overly sweet and the waffle tastes fresh as well as crisp. For the price? Pretty reasonable!


CREAM OF POTATO LEEK SOUP ($2.89) AND LARGE HOT CHOCOLATE ($1.86).
Usually soup from Tim Hortons' is heavy on the salt and most of the time it tastes alright. However, the cream of potato leek does not taste good at all. The soup tastes extremely heavy on the MSG (I am not against MSG by the way) as well as really salty. Also, visually, the soup looks creamy but does not taste creamy. As for the bread roll, although soft and pillowy on the inside, does not taste good. No amount of whipped butter could save the bread which is odd coming from me, because I can always eat bread.

POSITIVES
- Located right off the highway exit
- One of the larger Tim Hortons
- Friendly staff

NEGATIVES
- Soup and bread roll is not very good

Food: 2.5/5 (soup, 1.5/5)
Service: N/A

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