Pandora the World of Avatar
The main dining option is Satu’li Canteen. It’s quick service, and with the option of ordering from the My Disney Experience App. The Cast Members here (and in all of Pandora) were extremely friendly. One of the main menu options at Satu’li Canteen allows you to create your own bowl. You pick a protein, a base, and a sauce. It comes with slaw on top. If you have special dietary requests, ask to see the allergy-friendly menu; you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
Next door to Satu’li Canteen is a beverage spot called Pongu Pongu. It includes both alcoholic and non-alcoholic specialties, plus some interesting ale choices. Also served are snacks called Pongu Lumpia, which are pineapple cream cheese spring rolls.
There is one main store at Pandora. Flight of Passage empties into Windtraders, and there is also another entrance. It features souvenirs that you’ll find in most stores such as T-shirts and mugs, plus a couple of unusual selections. Guests can have an Avatar likeness of made and accessories are also available for an additional cost. You can also purchase a banshee that will sit on your shoulder. Several Cast Members had them, and chances are that this is going to become quite popular. There are other unique items as well, including drums and Avatar tails. There is also an outdoor kiosk that sells some merchandise.
The atmosphere may be the best part of Pandora – The World of Avatar. Guests can honestly forgot that they are at Disney’s Animal Kingdom while there. The rest of the park is not visible from the new world. From the floating mountains to the unusual plant “life” to the waterfalls, it’s an incredible experience. Kids will love playing in the circle of drums, and parents might want to join in. The whole area is breathtakingly beautiful. It doesn’t matter if you’ve seen Avatar or not, you will want to stop by.
(Partially taken from DisDining.com)