Pym Test Kitchen is the main new eatery inside the brand-new Avengers Campus Marvel-themed land in Disney California Adventure! If you’re planning to visit, here’s everything you’ll want to know about this dining location.
Utilizing the revolutionary shrink-and-grow technology of Pym Particles, Ant-Man and The Wasp lead a team of research chefs creating fun new menus that are packed with unusually-sized entrees, tiny treats, and shareable bites that fuel a hero-sized appetite.
About the Location
This old lab facility on campus has been updated into a quick-service restaurant and its located right next to Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT! The location features a seating area with bar and is full of playful experiments strewn about including gigantic soda cans and humungous condiment bottles plus massive upcycled mobile phones being used for menu boards!
- Mobile Order is available at this location.
- Mobile Order windows are released periodically throughout the day instead of all at once at park opening
- Standby queues MAY be available.
- Standard Annual Pass discounts are also available.
Calculated Breakfast = E x 2 + (B+P)/T ($10.99) is standard breakfast fare, the eggs are sad and unappealing, though. You might be better off skipping this one. The Ever-Expanding Cinna-Pym Toast ($12.49) is a fun twist on the breakfast favorite but also with the sad almost inedible egg.
Lunch / Dinner
Here’s a look at the full lunch/dinner spread.
The headline-grabbing $100 Family-sized Pym-ini Sandwich feeds 6 to 8 but it might disappoint 6 to 8 people, too. The zesty marinara helps and the arugula salad is lightly dressed and a perfect complement. For the cost, though, you might be better off sampling other options.
The regular Pym-ini Sandwich ($14.49) is one of the priciest yet most disappointing options. You’re definitely gonna still be hungry after this one — but not for more of it.
Not so Little Chicken Sandwich ($15.49) was the clear winner of our traveling group. We ordered extra slaw and it was absolutely the right way to go, served with a side of perfectly crispy tots.
PB3 Superb Sandwich ($12.99) is a fun play on a familiar favorite with toasted colorful Pym-particle bread and filled with peanut butter and strawberry jelly plus bananas and candied bacon. It’s served with tots and a banana smoothie shot. It’s definitely on the sweet side but is the perfect treat-yourself theme park option.
Sometimes there are picky eaters and sometimes there need to be simple menu options for those tastes. The Impossible™ Spoonful ($13.99) is more fun to look at than it is to eat but there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the dish. It’s a perfectly acceptable tomato-based sauced pasta dish with one giant meatball and one tiny one. The rigatoni and ditalini pastas continue the big-and-small theme. If there’s any main issues it’s that the portion size may not satisfy Hulk-sized appetites.
Caesar Salad and Colossal Crouton ($12.49) is another you-know-what-you’re getting dish with presentation turned on its side. The standard wedge features a gigantic “crouton” that’s pretty tasty plus a pile of tiny croutons served with a well-dressed heart of romaine, olives, pickled onions and a way-too-small parmesan crisp.
A surprising hit for our table was the Atomic Fusion Pretzel ($10.49) which offers a wallop of flavors from the slightly spicy Buffalo sauced chicken, tangy ranch, bright blue cheese crumbles, and the obsession-worthy dill-pickled carrots all topped on a delicious fluffy pretzel.
Quantum Pretzel ($12.99) is a gigantic fun snack option. The beer cheese is HUGE on the beer flavor which is off-putting if you don’t like beer but the pretzel is A+ quality.
The scale of this thing is hard to appreciate from the photo. This massive log of dark chocolate, peanuts, caramel, nougat and chocolate brownie is a mega rich definitely-for-sharing hunk of dessert. This Celestial-sized Candy Bar: Choco-Smash CANDY Bar ($7.99) is not for the faint of heart.
The novelty Pym Particle Capsule is not terribly interesting but it glows, at least.
Extended Dining Area
See it for Yourself
AVENGERS CAMPUS Marvel-themed land at Disney California Adventure is now open!