This weekend has provided an amazing glimpse of the sights and sounds of Animal Kingdom’s newest land, Pandora – The World of Avatar. With the official opening of this new area less than a four weeks away, we are beginning to see greater details and imagery of this mystical world of massive floating mountains and bioluminescent rainforests.
In addition, to a winding rainforest pathway and two new attractions, Pandora – The World of Avatar will also include a new fast-casual restaurant, Satu’li Canteen. This new dining option will offer healthful dishes and international inspired cuisine created with wholesome grains, fresh vegetables and hearty proteins. Here is a first look at the breakfast, lunch, dinner and drink menus offered at Satu’li Canteen as well as the mobile ordering pick up location.
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Guests will be able to indulge in the art and culture of the Na’vi while dining inside the Quonset-hut structure that was a longer ago an RDA mess hall. Satu’li Canteen offers 330 seats with an additional 190 seats outside.
Enjoy this look inside Satu’li Canteen.
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