January 31, 2023

Pyms Kitchen Disneyland Paris Review

During our last family holiday to Disneyland Paris, we booked a reservation at the new restaurant Pyms kitchen.  This family buffet restaurant located in Walt Disney Studios opened in July 2022 when the new Avengers Campus opened within the park.  We were super excited to try this dining experience as the restaurant is based on Ant Man and the kids were psyched to try the ‘oversized’ food – we love anything that is themed!

Pyms Kitchen entrace to restaurant review

So, where is Pyms Kitchen?

This fun restaurant themed to Ant Man is located in Avenger Campus in Walt Disney Studio’s park.  When arriving into the park, go though the ticket kiosks and head into the building straight infront of you.  When out the other side, you will see Tower of Terror.  Bear left and you will come to the entrance of Avengers Campus.  The restaurant is on the left opposite Spiderman Webslingers.

Menu at Pyms Kitchen Disneyland Paris

Our experience at Pyms Kitchen

Upon entrance to the restaurant you can immediately notice the cool theming to Ant Man.  Look above and you can see what looks like to be laboratory tubing and decor.  Straight ahead is the buffet area and above here you’ll see some theming to where the food is becoming either super sized or shrunk to be a smaller version!

Ant man theming at Pyms kitchen

Located around the restaurant is huge graphics of Ant Man and food – you can see below the Pretzels becoming extra large!

Ant Man Decor in Pyms Kitchen Disneyland Paris Restaurant review

After a couple of minutes wait, we were taken to our seat and our server came over and introduced himself.  He asked us what we thought of the training…? We became confused but we quickly realised we had to become in character to the theming of the restaurant (which he explained to us!) and we really loved the interactive welcome as we became trainees!  We ordered some drinks (which soft drinks are included in the buffet price) and then once they arrived we headed up to the buffet.  The kids were super happy to have their apple juice in laboratory jars!

Apple juice being poured into a lab jar at pyms kitchen

Table condiments in test tubes pepper, salt, balsamic dressing and olive oil

The food at Pyms Kitchen

As always, with any buffet, we headed to the starter section first.  I grabbed a plate of bread rolls for the table and then proceeded to fill my plate with chicken Caesar salad (who said Disney is all about fast food!), cured meats, Doritos and freshly made guac.  You’ll already notice the super sized breaded croutons on the salad which is a great touch!

Starters and salads at Pyms Kitchen Disneyland Paris

Starters and salads at Pyms Kitchen Disneyland Paris

The kids enjoyed some of the salad items too.

We then moved on to the mains section of the buffet.  Here, you will find the super sized pretzel sandwich, extra large burger and mini burgers, extra long hot dogs and super long green beans!  We loved this theming of the food and enjoyed it even more because of it!  I enjoyed the mini burgers, corn dogs, green beans, prawn stir fry, fries and blue mayo and the jambalaya!  There is plentiful choice (a few items were the same from the Plaza Gardens character dinner too) but as we had this the night previous, I chose alternative dishes.

Super sized pretzel at Pyms kitchen

Fresh fish and blue mayonaise at Pyms Kitchen

We’d heard mixed reviews about the food at Pyms Kitchen, with some complaining about how some of the food came out cold.  However, we couldn’t fault our experience and we all enjoyed our meals thoroughly.  We loved the pretzel that was brought over to our table and my kids love helping themselves to the buffet items, encouraging them to try new things.

If you have a fussy eater, there is a pasta bar where the chefs will make up a pasta with or without a sauce and there is also a kids station too serving fries, chicken nuggets, mac and cheese and veg.

Kids buffet at Pyms kitchen

Fresh pasta station at Pyms Kitchen

There was lots of desserts to choose from once our tummy’s had settled from our mains.  Some were super sized like the giant red velvet cake and I also love the mini desserts and chocolate pots topped with smarties.  There is also a soft serve ice cream station that my kids loved, with toppings too such as crushed Oreos!  For me, my favourites were the mini donuts and the mini Ant man cheese cake – one of the best I have ever had!

Mini desserts at Pyms Kitchen Disneyland Paris mini doughnuts, mini cheesecake, pecan tart and chocolate mouseSuper sized red velvet cake pyms kitchen

Overall, we LOVED this immersive and themed buffet restaurant and is a great addition to Disneyland Paris!  The theming is excellent, the food is yummy and lots of fun and had us talking for a good while after about our experience!  We also loved the layout of this restaurant with spacious seating and windows overlooking out to Avengers campus.

Table mats at Pyms Kitchen

As of 2023, the prices are 45 Euros for an adult and 25 Euros for a child aged up to 11 (my son is 12 and no questions asked).  Soft drinks are also included in this price.  In terms of it being busy, it was the day before New Years Eve and surprisingly not overly busy.  We dined at 2pm so perhaps a later lunch or earlier dinner works to avoid crowds. So, are you thinking of visiting this restaurant on your holiday to Disneyland Paris?

Would we visit Pyms Kitchen again?  Absolutely!

Thanks for reading xxx


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Hi and welcome to The Willow Tree. I’m Michelle, also known as Shel and I am a mama to three beautiful crazy kids – I have two handsome boys and a wild and wonderful girl.

I really wanted a concrete place to share my love for travel, in particular Disney and offer my readers a chance to gain some knowledge around what we love to do as a family of 5.

I share our family adventures which include days out, travel advice and tips, holiday reviews, restaurant visits and of course, our love for Disney, including Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney World.

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