There’s no gold leaf or crushed diamonds, just some salami, rosemary ham, provolone, sun-dried tomato spread on toasted focaccia and all for the low price of AUD130.
And if you think it’s the sides that are bringing up the price, you’d be wrong, the pricey sanga is served with marinara dipping sauce and rocket salad.
So how can Disneyland justify the cost? Well the sandwich has been “resized” and can feed six to eight people.
The Pym-ini sandwich can be found at Pym Test Kitchen in the soon to open (4 June) Avengers Campus in Disney California Adventure Park.
The restaurant promises “phenomenal food at unusual scales”.
“Utilising the revolutionary shrink-and-grow technology of Pym Particles, Ant-Man and The Wasp lead a team of research chefs as they pioneer a menu packed with inventive-sized entrees, tiny treats and shareable bites that provide the perfect power-up,” the Disneyland Resort site reads.
Here, visitors to the new Marvel Land can grab a (big) bite at an old lab facility-turned-quick-service restaurant that features some pretty interesting décor: gigantic soda cans, humungous condiment bottles and massive cellphones recycled into menu boards.
According to the Disney Parks blog, meals served in the restaurant will be "resized" using Pym Particles, the same technology used to shrink Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Customers can even watch the growing and shrinking of a pretzel as it makes its way through the quantum tunnel in front of the kitchen laboratory.
Better bring your appetite, and your credit card...
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