CANADIAN coffee chain Tim Hortons will now serve breakfast all day in Glasgow. 

The firm, who is based at the Four Corners, George Street, Silverburn and in locations outside the city including Cumbernauld and Bishopbriggs, said breakfast will be served all day from today.

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The firm also said they are launching a range of pancakes for both the morning and afternoon/evening periods across all of their restaurants.

Each option includes two hot buttermilk pancakes with a variety of toppings including bacon and maple and chocolate hazelnut and Oreo.

Kevin Hydes, Chief Commercial Officer of Tim Hortons UK & Ireland, said: “We’ve been very excited to bring added interest and appeal to our breakfast offering with these two new launches.

"Tim Hortons in Canada has been doing all-day breakfast for some time now and has proved popular, with our UK customers asking us to bring the concept over here too.

"Not only do these breakfast items offer great value but are also a great option throughout the day for quick pit stops and grabbing a bite to eat on the go.

"Our pancakes are also fantastic and really bring something different to our menu.”

The Tim Hortons brand was founded by its namesake, a top professional ice hockey player, who wanted to create a space where everyone would feel at home.

Fast forward to 2019, more than 5.3 million Canadians – approximately 15 percent of the population – visit the cafés daily.