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Pym Kitchen at Avengers Campus in Disneyland Paris to Offer Unique Buffet Offerings (Big and Small)

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Avengers Campus at Disneyland Paris will open July 20th, 2022 – and with it, several restaurants. One of those is Pym Kitchen, which will be a buffet. The food and beverages will include “gigantic shareable” items and also small portions for those who want to try everything. Pym Kitchen will also have a bar, and more details on that are below too. It all looks great! Keep reading for all the details.

Just as Ant-Man and The Wasp use “Pym Particles” to grow and shrink to just about anything, Pym Technologies applies this science to the creation of shareable bites, inventive entrees and sweet treats as a buffet. Recruits will be able to savour items at unusual scales, including both gigantic shareable pretzel sandwiches, hot dogs, burgers, cakes, and their tiniest versions for those who wish to try everything.

Incredible oversized servings will include Jambalaya, Caesar salad with giant croutons, 0.5-meter extra-long green beans and more vegetarian options for everyone to make the most of the growing and shrinking Ant-Man and The Wasp experience. Oversized desserts will include a pecan pie by the metre, giant blue donuts and mini red donuts, mini cheesecakes, carrot cake, red velvet, giant strawberry cream cake and honeycomb cake.

Adults will be able to enjoy red wine in tiny vials as red as the color of the reducing Pym particle, or a selection of four different tiny beers served in Pym Kitchen souvenir glasses, or a special glass of Blue Chardonnay* – yes, it will be blue like the enlarging Pym particle!

The art of the table will use the codes of a LAB, with olive oil presented in test tubes, soups in beakers and wine served in Erlenmeyer flasks. Pym Kitchen will also host a bar serving a signature blue and red cocktail presented in a beaker and a superfood cocktail made with Blue Chardonnay, Perrier, Martini, and dried goji berries.