Disney had teased before some of items from the restaurant, where the theme is food treated by Pym particles to become unusual sizes and shapes. But here is the full line-up:
Lunch and Dinner
Snacks, Drinks, and Desserts
Kids' Lunch and Dinner
The Pym Tasting Lab bar will offer the following cocktails:
In addition to the Pym Test Kitchen, the Shawarma Palace food cart next door will offer a chicken shawarma wrap with garlic spread, coconut yogurt-tahini sauce, and pickled vegetables, as well as a plant-based-falafel and cauliflower wrap. Terran Treats next to the Guardians of the Galaxy ride will offer a crispy cream puff with whipped raspberry cheesecake mousse and churro spirals "with unique flavors."
Food merch will include glowing Pym Particle capsules and Pym Particle discs for your drinks, a Pingo Doce coke can holder... and an Iron Man Infinity Gauntlet for holding beverages.
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That's basically the topic of my OC Register column this week.
Minute Maid "signature drinks" LOL
Lazy marketing cash grab.
I feel the same way - These menu items look and sound interesting, but how long can they keep it that way. It does appear that Pym is more style over substance, so maybe they can maintain their appeal longer since they're more or less repackaging familiar flavors. However, that chicken sandwich in particular looks incredibly difficult to eat, and may push Disney to slide the menu back to more conventional-looking fare.
@MrTorrance - Most of the Galaxy's Edge beverages use Minute Maid drinks as their base, so there's nothing unprecedented here with these Marvel concoctions.
Oooohhhh…I miss Flo’s original menu. Yeah, I feel it will be the same this venue.
These items look interesting, but I was hoping to get something more along the line of the huge Lard Lad's donuts from Universal. I wonder if the shawarma will be pre-packaged, since it is a food cart, not a restaurant where it can be freshly prepared. It might be more like the pre-packaged chimichangas at the turkey leg carts, but hopefully they will be freshly prepared.
I agree with Russell on the chicken "sandwich" (if putting a tiny piece of bread on the top and bottom of a much larger piece of chicken can be considered a sandwich -- I've had Big Macs fall apart a few bites in, so what chance does this have to stay together?). It looks delicious, but one may need a knife and fork to actually eat it, and it does stretch the definition of "sandwich," even beyond the debate of whether a hot dog qualifies as a sandwich.
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An undeniably interesting and visual menu. Let's see how long until it pulls a Flo's.