On our visit to Pandora we had to have lunch at Satu’li Canteen. We were there early enough to do breakfast, but I really wanted the lunch menu so we waited until they started serving lunch.
When we arrived at the Satu’li Canteen I was immediately impressed with the amount of seating offered, there were plenty of tables available both inside and out. The theming was detailed, showcasing Na’vi artwork and different items, but since I wasn’t a huge fan of the movie – some of these details were lost on me.
The line and ordering stations are similar to other quick service restaurants around the parks with the cashier in the middle with a line on either side. After you pay, you step up to the window to collect your order. There is also Mobile Ordering available at this location. You can read more about that here.
For lunch we both knew that we had to try some kind of bao bun. I opted for the cheeseburger (of course) while Becky had the vegetable curry.
My cheeseburger pod was filled with ground beef, ketchup, mustard, pickle, and cheddar cheese
Becky’s vegetable curry had eggplant, cauliflower, sweet potato, carrots, and shallot cilantro cream
Both of our dishes were served with vegetable slaw and vegatable chips.
Normally I can’t eat a burger without french fries (aren’t they mandatory??) – but these chips were good! The pod was a little chewy so the crunchy chips were a great balance. The slaw was light and a bit tangy, somehow it all just worked together!
Becky enjoyed her curry as well, but when I tasted it – it was a bit too much curry for me.
The portions were really big, but we had to have dessert (how could we not?).
I had the chocolate cake while Becky had the blueberry cream cheese mousse.
Both were good, but the chocolate ‘cake’ seemed less like a cake and more like a mousse. The blueberry one was light and delicious and of course so pretty that you wanted to take multiple pictures of it!
Would I recommend Satu’li Canteen? Yes. It’s a great atmosphere, different food from elsewhere in the park and it’s good.
Have you been? What did you have?