This is a pre-Soarin' review of this eating area, I don't know how the selections or appearance has changed since.
This is a better than average food court due to the diversity of the selections. The theming is nothing noteworthy and even a bit dated (again, pre-Soarin' days), but the food here is better than at most of the WDW hotel food courts.
GREAT PLACE FOR A LARGE GROUP TO GO BECAUSE EVERYONE CAN FIND SOMETHING THEY LIKE.GREAT PLACE TO EAT WHILE WAITING FOR FASTPASS RIDE TO LIVING WITH THE LAND.SEATING MAY BE HARD TO FIND DURING PEAK HOURS.
I especially enjoy the atmosphere of this Farmer's Market style food court. The theming is perfect; and the food is great. Whether it's a Nestle cookie or a barbeque chicken sandwhich, this place has a lot to offer. I believe the child's menu used to be much superior (complete with a collectable toy, box, and Mickey straw), but the child options have been reduced to one item (I forget which), and the Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich (which I have been told by kids is pretty gross). Eh...
You can find something for almost anyone. The one thing about this place is that it's hard to find a seat during peak eating hours.
I've had lunch here many times and havn't been disappointed once. Selections vary from salads, sandwiches, dessert, pasta, bbq and more. That way everyone in the family can choose thier favorites. There's plenty of seating around and there are plenty of attractions close by. If you're intertested in doing Living with the Land pick up a fast pass then grab a meal. By the time you're done eating you can hop on the ride. If you have kids, check out the Junior chef area and watch you're kids 'cook' something up.