Pandora - The World of Avatar
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What’s on the menu at Disney World’s new ‘Avatar'-inspired Pandora park

Satu’li Canteen at Pandora — The World of Avatar offers “out of this world” breakfast, luncha and dinner options. 

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Steamed “pods” (bao buns) come in several varieties, including vegetable curry, cheeseburger and several breakfast pods with eggs, bacon and steamed spinach.

 

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Satu’li Canteen, a restaurant within Pandora, includes fruits with fresh yogurt muesli and vanilla maple syrup on its breakfast menu.

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Satu’li Canteen, a restaurant within Pandora, includes vegetable-goat cheese fritatta with wood-fired, herb-crusted beef and chimichurri on its breakfast menu. 

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Cinnamon French toast, with blueberry cream cheese, passion fruit anglaise and sausage. 

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Dishes from the new “Avatar"-inspired Pandora park. 

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Satu’li Canteen, a restaurant in Pandora, offers several bowl choices that let guests choose their protein, side and seasonings. 

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A pod from Disney World’s menu at the new “Avatar"-inspired Pandora park. 

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A dish at the new “Avatar"-inspired Pandora park. 

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Blueberry cheesecake. 

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Ordering from The “Avatar"-inspired menu is as easy as 1-2-3.

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Detail of new menu. 

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The “Avatar"-inspired menu.

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Drinks include Banshee Chardonnay, Banshee Pinot Noir, Dreamwalker Sangria, Hawkes’ Grog Ale and the non-alcoholic Pandoran Sunrise. 

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