After the first moment of awe fades as you walk through the entrance, the Galaxy’s Edge Star Wars foods beckon at every corner. Where will you eat first?
A visit to Galaxy’s Edge is a total experience and the Galaxy’s Edge Star Wars foods are part of creating that Star Wars experience. Although the Disney Parks is not necessarily another world, that little enclave of the theme park seems worlds away.
Of course, Rise of the Resistance and Millennium Falcon Smuggler’s Run beckon guests with the attraction thrills, the smaller, quiet moments of Galaxy’s Edge are often more memorable. Even if you do not build a droid or make a lightsaber, slowly strolling the area, taking in all the details is a great way to spend the afternoon.
Like any good trip, hunger and thirst strikes along the way. Although the gigantic Star Wars cakes from Buddy vs Duff are not part of the food experience, there are many small bites and treats that are enticing visitors from every corner.
Here are where you can get some memorable Galaxy’s Edge Star Wars foods.
Kat’s Saka Kettle
Although some of the grains might not be found on a local farm, the special popcorn makes a stroll quite delightful. The combinations of sweet and savory flavors have everyone picking a favorite. Also, pick up one of the special Coca-Cola beverages here.
Grilled meats are always tempting. At Ronto Roaster, one whiff could make your stomach grumble. If you are looking for just a snack, try the snack sample in a droid bucket. Those pork rinds are tasty. For a bigger meal, try the Ronto Wrap. The combination of grilled pork and slaw is delightful.
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
Another quick service option on the Black Spire is the Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo. Whether you place a mobile order or browse the options, there are Star Wars foods that the whole family will enjoy.
Serving both breakfast and dinner, it a spot to start your adventure. While the meals, including plant based options, are tasty, the desserts are Instagram worthy. Make sure to order the Batuu-bon. The combination of chocolate cake and coffee custard will keep you energized for the whole trip.
Of course, any visit to Galaxy’s Edge must include a stop at the Milk Stand. While blue milk is an iconic choice, some people prefer to swirl the blue and green options. Since the beverages are plant based, everyone can enjoy this iconic treat.
At Disneyland, the Toydaria Swirl was a special treat. The green milk was swirled with a mango jelly and some savory chili lime seasoning. If you are familiar with a mangonada, there are some similarities.
For adults, a stop at Oga’s Cantina is a must. With a variety of cocktails and beers on tap, these libations are quite tasty. It is best to stop at just one beverage to ensure that your journey doesn’t get derailed. The Fuzzy Tauntaun is a fun cocktail. The tingling foam can make you think twice. And, if you stop with younger travelers, or prefer not to imbibe, there are a variety of non-alcoholic beverages.
Everyone has favorite Galaxy’s Edge Star Wars foods. Every visit to the Disney Parks is a different experience. From trying something new to revisiting an old favorite, the food is as much part of the Disney Magic as the theme park rides.
What are your favorite Star Wars foods? Have you tried to re-create any of these foods at home?