The Walt Disney World has a new theme land, the Pandora - World of Avatar inspired by James Cameron's movie "Avatar." The Satu'li Canteen serves healthy and sustainable foods with Asian and South American touches.
The foods are inspired by the Navi's patriotism and concern for their land. Hence, a "sustainable fish bowl" is served. It is a part of the menu along with "slow roasted sliced grilled beef bowl" and "cheeseburger steamed pods.
Hello Giggles shared their eye-catching and mouth-watering desserts served at the peculiar-looking restaurant. The colors resemble the Navi but still looks appetizing. The Blueberry Cream Cheese Mousse has passion fruit, colored blue and yellow that resembles a space-age orb in shape. Although one wants to eat it, just looking at the dessert gives so much joy.
Then there is the Chocolate Cake with a Crunchy Cookie, Banana Cream, and Goji Berries is made with antioxidant-rich dark chocolate and topped with a wafer that one can hear the crunch while munching. A goji berry completes the out-of-this-world taste. According to Executive Pastry Chef Stefan Riemer, the chocolate-banana is a great flavor combination plus the goji berry that gives it a raisin taste.
Brightly-colored Pandora-themed refreshments are available at the stand called Pongu Pongu (which means "party party"). "Bioluminescent frozen cocktail" and "indigenous beers" are available best taken after the desserts.
While waiting for "Avatar 2" fans of Cameron's film about the blue people inhabiting Pandora can visit the Satu'li Canteen and enjoy the food inside the establishment. The food presentations are unique. Before ordering, one has to pass the main dining area decorated with tribal-inspired indigenous ornaments.
The highest-grossing film of all time "Avatar" is currently in production. The release dates have been reset as James Cameron reasoned that the sequels (not one but four) will take too long to film.
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