Out Of This World: Galaxy’s Edge Food & Drink
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has gone to great lengths to create an experience that feels out of this world. One way Disney accomplishes this is by furthering the food design established at Satu’li Canteen in Pandora. With the Galaxy’s Edge food, the aim is to provide guests with familiar foods they will love, while subverting their expectations. The execution of that plan is standard pork, chicken, beef, fish and veggie dishes imbued with bold flavors and creative presentations. Even the names on the menu are named for the fantastical creatures and planets of the Star Wars world.
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Galaxy’s Edge Food & Drink at Walt Disney World
The Two Quick Service Restaurants
Although a table service restaurant in Star Wars land is out of the question, there is plenty of unique food and atmosphere to be enjoyed in Galaxy’s edge. During the course of your stay you can easily pay a visit to each establishment. The experience of Galaxy’s Edge food alone will make up a third of your overall impressions. The quick service restaurants that offer more substantive meals will be Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo and Ronto Roasters.
At Docking Bay 7 you find yourself in a hangar surrounded by cargo. The kitchen you find here is sort of a galactic food truck with offerings from other planets. Chef Strong “Cookie” Tuggs is just one of many proprietors in galaxy’s edge that comes with a backstory. He’s even a featured character in Star Wars comics.
The food at Docking Bay 7 is going to be carefully crafted entrees that look beautiful but strange. The Meatballs are plant based protein, the chicken comes with green herb gravy and the “Shaak” ribs are served with blueberry cornbread and a red cabbage slaw. There will also be a kids menu here with a friendly mix of bold and familiar options.
If you don’t necessarily want a full plate of food, Ronto Roasters has the kind of walk-and-eat food you might be looking for. With pulled pork and sausage pita wraps and turkey jerky on offer, the heavily themed food stand will trick you into thinking you have tasted ronto.
Two Primary Food Carts
With a Ronto Wrap in one hand you will want something in the other. There are plenty of drinks available to accompany the Galaxy’s Edge food. Many of them are non-alcoholic. If you decide to refresh yourself with something frosty, however, you may choose a green or blue milkshake from the milk stand.
To snack on, you will find a bold and compelling mix at Kora’s Kettle. The colorful kettle corn blend combines sweet spicy and savory flavors that you will not stop munching.
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Oga’s Cantina – The Bar
The most expected Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge food and drink experience will be Oga’s Cantina. Star Wars without a cantina just wouldn’t work, right? Instead of live band, this cantina features a droid DJ trying to outrun his past as a failed Starspeeder 3000 pilot. DOn’t mind the blaster burns in the walls as you walk in. This is a hospitable den for outsiders with a large drink menu of cocktails and other specialty drinks served in peculiar vessels.
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