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REVIEW: Pym Test Kitchen Breakfast Needs to be Recalculated in Avengers Campus

After taking a spin on WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure at Avengers Campus, we swung over to Pym Test Kitchen for breakfast. This quick-service restaurant has “size-defying” meals inspired by Ant-Man and The Wasp.

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Even the silverware was size-defying.

Ever-expanding Cinna-Pym Toast – $12.49

Baked Pym Particle Bread and Egg Custard with Cinnamon-Sugar Topping, a Fried Egg, Smoked Bacon and Maple Syrup

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The bacon is your usual floppy, greasy, chewy Disney bacon.

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The tiny egg adds a smidge of moisture to the super dry French toast. The egg will inevitably be cold by the time you get to the table.

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The French toast had no flavor other than a hint of cinnamon. The top was dry, while the bottom had a thick, eggy taste and a chew to it. It is basically an inferior version of the beloved caramel-covered french toast from Flo’s V8 Cafe in Cars Land. Just go there for breakfast.

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Calculated Breakfast = E x 2 + (B+P)/T – $10.99

Eggs Two Ways with Smoked Bacon, crispy Potato Bites and Focaccia Toast

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The potato bites are amazing. They’re crispy with a sprinkling of garlic salt. We would order a basket of just them.

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The eggs were terrible. They were dry and cold. The toast needs butter or jelly to counter the dryness.

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Again, we have chewy, greasy bacon.

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The scrambled eggs were fine. If you’re starving, this is okay, but it’s underwhelming for $10.99.

Impossible™ Quantum Garden Breakfast – $12.49

Plant-based Folded Omelet with Impossible™ Breakfast Sausage, crispy Potato Bites and Focaccia Toast

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Again, these are some amazing tater tots.

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The Impossible sausage has the flavor of fennel. It’s cooked well and tastes like real sausage. We continue to find that the Impossible products taste better than their real Disney Parks counterparts these days.

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The toast and egg are the same as above, both plain and bad. Overall, this is a pretty dry and tasteless breakfast. We would skip it in the future.

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Rroe
Rroe
5 months ago

The DisneyThink Tank must laugh every time they do this stuff and people still stand in line to pay for nothing!!! 

John Abraham
John Abraham
5 months ago

Honestly what were they thinking with this. The last two plates look like they just threw some random food on there. I’ve never seen such dry looking meals. Pathetic effort!

Peter Reimer
Peter Reimer
5 months ago

Suckers… eating at a Disney park. Home made breakfast burritos from the cooler heated in the microwave in your hotel room… and with your own salsa not some cheap gunk. Feed a family of 5 for less than $10!

Pete
Pete
5 months ago

When will Disney also learn that serving food on a aluminum plate is the fastest way to give someone a cold plate of food? Aluminum will suck the heat out of the food and cool it off quickly. Maybe a professional chef should look at their food offerings in Pym’s test kitchen from top to bottom…