The main sign for the Satu'li Canteen is very small.
The food ordering and pickup lines at Satu'li Canteen. This "one large cue" that splits out to multiple registers is much better than the "many lines for many registers" system that we have seen at some other Disney locations, such as the Pinocchio Village Haus in the Magic Kingdom.
Slow-Roasted Sliced Grilled Beef Bowl.
The Charred Onion Chimichurri is lighter in color than I thought it would be, almost appearing like a course guacamole. It was very potent though. A little goes a long way.
A small amount of Crunchy Vegetable Slaw and few Boba pearls are served on top of each bowl, no matter which one you choose. Boba pearls are basically tapioca starch filled with stuff. The "stuff" in this case is yogurt flavored juice. You typically find Boba pearls in beverages, not on food.
This is a variation of the
Chopped Wood-Grilled Chicken Bowl. The chicken is marinated with Garlic and Olive Oil.
This variation uses the Quinoa & Vegetable Salad as a "base" (there are several things to choose from).
The sauce used on this one was the Black Bean Vinaigrette... most of which went right to the bottom of the bowl.
Oh those Pandorans do like their Boba Pearls. They may look like fish eggs, but they're really just filled with a bit of liquid that pops in your mouth. The flavor is somewhat like a savory, some what sour yogurt.
The very pretty Blueberry Cream Cheese Mousse with Berry Coulis.
The small square stuck on the side is a small shaving of white chocolate. The dessert is brought out of a chiller, already in the bowl, which is a good thing. When it warms up, the three different components tend to slide off in different directions.
The "Chocolate Cake" has a Crunchy Cookie Layer and Banana Cream Topping.
Both desserts at Satu'li are great looking.
There are a few mango cubes in the bottom of the bowl and a shaved chocolate disc as well.
Those red things on top of the Banana Cream topping are Goji Berries.
The "main entrance" to Satu'li is located in the glass wall on the right-hand side of this photo.
Upon entering, the most obvious path to take is down this walkway, to the food ordering line. If you have "mobile ordered" your food, you can line up on the left hand side of this walkway.
There is one main line which feeds five separate registers. This system seems to work the best during peak dining times.
These beverage and silverware stations are located along two walls and seem to be large enough to accommodate everyone. There are also napkins, ketchup, sugar and tobasco at these stations.
Here's a closeup of the flatware and condiments tray at Satu'li Canteen.
The indoor seating area at Satu'li is quite large. It's a little hard to tell because the areas are well broken up by various "rock walls".
The main indoor dining area at Satu'li. This was taken from the furthest most beverage station, looking back into the room.
The "red room" is where all the on-stage grilling takes place.
There are two Santa Maria style Grills to handle the large volume of food that must be prepared all at once. The large wheel raises and lowers grill grate to evenly control the temperature.
You will have to walk through the outdoor seating area at the Satu'li Canteen to get to the food ordering and pickup area. This is Satu'li's main entrance.
The outdoor seating area at Satu'li is quite large. There is seating for around 150 guests in this area and there's a bit more breathing room out here (i.e. the tables are a little further apart from one another).