Disney+ and Uber Eats celebrate the release of Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

Uber Eats has teamed up with Disney+ to create a teeny, tiny tasting menu inspired by Marvel.

In a remarkable fusion of culinary and cinematic creativity, Uber Eats has joined forces with Disney+ to curate an extraordinary gastronomic experience inspired by the highly anticipated release of Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania. The ingenious partnership aims to commemorate the film’s debut on Disney+ on May 17, ensuring viewers can indulge in delectable, pint-sized fare while immersing themselves in this epic cinematic masterpiece from the cozy confines of their own homes.

The Quantum Cafe, a culinary concept tailored specifically for this occasion, will unveil a captivating array of scaled-down delicacies, carefully selected from Uber Eats’ esteemed restaurant partners. Designed to mirror the whimsical world of Ant-Man and The Wasp, the menu features miniature sushi creations, minute chocolate gateaux, delightful fish and chips in bite-sized portions, minuscule chow mein bowls, petite pizzas, diminutive veggie burgers, micro salads, eensy-weensy dal servings, nanoscopic naan bread, and delicate samosas. Moreover, for those with a penchant for sweet indulgence, dinky doughnuts will be available to appease even the most diminutive of sweet teeth!

On the momentous date of May 17, enthusiasts of Ant-Man and The Wasp residing in London, Bristol, and Manchester will have the remarkable opportunity to savor the same gastronomic delights relished by their favorite pocket-sized superheroes. All of this can be effortlessly achieved by accessing the Uber Eats app, with the tantalizing mini menu available at a mere £5.99.

What truly sets this initiative apart is Uber Eats’ unwavering commitment to giving back. In a commendable act of generosity, all proceeds from this limited edition miniature menu will be donated to the esteemed Make-A-Wish Foundation UK, a charitable organization dedicated to fulfilling the wishes of critically ill children. This altruistic gesture is a testament to the profound impact a wish can have on a child’s life, bringing hope, joy, and cherished memories that will endure for a lifetime.

Expressing gratitude for this partnership, Katrina Shaw, representing Make-A-Wish UK, enthused, “We extend our heartfelt appreciation to Uber Eats for their invaluable contribution in granting the wishes of critically ill children. Each child deserves a childhood filled with wonder, and the power of a wish has the ability to illuminate their lives, bringing happiness not only to them but also to their families. By indulging in this extraordinary menu, we invite as many people as possible to join us in our mission, enabling us to fulfill the dreams of many more children in the future.”

Adding to the enchantment, ten fortunate recipients of the Quantum Cafe’s dainty deliveries will discover an extraordinary surprise nestled within their diminutive packages—an Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania movie poster personally autographed by the esteemed actors Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilley.

Embracing the spirit of giving, Uber Eats will continue to donate all proceeds generated by this limited edition mini menu to the Make-A-Wish Foundation UK, ensuring that their noble cause receives the support it deserves. Let us unite in savoring these delectable offerings and making dreams come true for countless children.

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