Overall Rating: 3 Stars
Pym Test Kitchen is what happens when super heroes, food and theme parks meet. The restaurant was developed by Hank Pym (of the Ant-Man movies) who uses the Pym particle to grow and shrink food and drinks into fun creations! Not every dish is a home run, but there's enough to enjoy here that you'll be glad you stopped by.
Atmosphere: 4 Stars
The dining area outside isn't huge, but it is a decent size and you get great views of Avengers HQ and, if you're on the east side, the Pym Tasting Lab (which serves almost exclusively alcohol). It's also not too difficult to find a table in the shade.
Food: 3 Stars
The food is fantastic - depending on what you get. Reviews have not been overly positive for their breakfast menu but it is nice to have a third option in the park for breakfast. The best entrees are the Impossible Spoonful (a giant plant-based meatball in an oversized spoon), the Not-So-Little Chicken Sandwich (the bun is tiny and the chicken is huge, but crispy, juicy and tangy) and the PB3 Superb Sandwich. This is the biggest surprise since it includes peanut butter, jam, banana and candied bacon but it is fabulous! Most entrees are served with garlic tots which are good enough to enjoy on their own.
For the full experience, you can try the Pingo Doce soda (essentially a lemon-lime soda with vanilla) and the Choco-SMASH Candy Bar. This decadent bar is large enough for 3 or 4 people and will leave you wanting more. Seriously, I ate most of it by myself. No regrets...