Walt Disney World Resort is known for having some of the best snacks and treats around. While you eat your way through Magic Kingdom, EPCOT and Animal Kingdom, we don’t want to leave out any good eats and that includes Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The food at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is unlike anything you've had before, even the Coke is different in Batuu! And not to fear, TSA has confirmed that you can bring your empty Batuu bottles in your carry-on, or pack full bottles in your checked luggage. The theme throughout Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge is incredible and that extends to the food—Walt Disney World never disappoints in the food category. Plus, the new tastes are something you'll crave once you get home. We'll take you through what to expect and share what you MUST try during your visit to Batuu. One thing’s for sure; your taste buds are in for an intergalactic adventure at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge!
Must Try Drinks at the Milk Stand
At the Milk Stand, longtime fans of the Star Wars franchise can try Blue and Green Milk. Here, you can quench your thirst with Bubo Wamba Family Farms’ most exotic delicacy. This refreshing drink combines fruity and tropical flavors, making it one of the most unique treats at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Although the word “Milk” is in the title of this popular beverage, it actually is made of a plant-based dairy blend of Coconut and Rice Milk, making it accessible to those with dietary restrictions. Both are vibrantly colored plant-based drinks with identical temperatures and textures. That's where the similarities end. It’s hard to pinpoint the exact flavors of the milks, but the Blue Milk has been described as "tropical," while the Green Milk has been described as "citrusy." With that said, neither has tasted like anything we’ve tasted before. The texture is like a mix of a Slurpee and a milkshake. It's quite refreshing, but both flavors are so strong that we would recommend sharing a single serving. You can also find an exclusive mix called Tenoo Swirl Crunchies Cereal. This concoction is for those who are a little more adventurous with flavors and features both Blue and Green Milk topped with a Raspberry Jelly and Mini Rainbow Crunchy Candies.
Must Try Snacks at Kat Saka’s Kettle
What’s a trip to Walt Disney World without a bucket of popcorn? Luckily, guests who visit Batuu will be able to try Kat Saka’s specialty - Outpost Mix or Buttered Blue Grains. Much like the Milk Stand, Kat Saka's Kettle's menu is straight forward. It serves flavored popcorn and assorted bottled drinks. Their "Outpost Popcorn Mix" features purple sweet kernels and slightly spicy red kernels. This colorful popcorn snack combines savory and sweet flavors, with a hint of spice. Kat Saka’s recipe is popular among locals and is sure to be a favorite for you too! While you’re there, don’t forget to pick up a MSE-6 Repair Droid to hold your popcorn as you explore Black Spire Outpost.
Must Try Food at Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo
Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs has landed on Batuu and brought a food freighter with him. Located inside a working hangar bay, Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo provides guests with unusual dishes that bring unique flavors to life. If you're looking for an out of this world dining experience, head to Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo. This location allows mobile ordering and it’s where you'll find the most substantial meals available in Batuu. Enjoy plates like Batuuan Beef and Crispy Topato Stir-fry, Smoked Kaadu Pork Ribs, Fried Endorian Tip-Yip (chicken), Endorian Roasted Chicken Salad and even Peka Tuna Poke. This “cookbook” often rotates recipes from around the galaxy and guests who visit Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo won’t be disappointed. One thing to note is while the ingredients may sound familiar, the presentation is quite unique! You've likely never had food like this on earth before! Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo also has one of the most diverse menus catering to vegans, vegetarians and nearly any other dietary restriction.
Must Try Food at Ronto Roasters
Ronto Roasters is home to the most mouth-watering meat stall in Black Spire Outpost. Using a recycled podracing engine to fire up a barbeque pit, guests will be able to enjoy grilled Ronto and interact with a former smelter droid, 8D-J8 as they order their food. We have to say, out of all of the food at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, our staff favorite menu item comes from Ronto Roasters. Be warned, the Ronto Wrap is nothing fancy to look at, and you might easily pass it by, but it’s worth a bite or two at least! The Ronto Wrap is a roasted pork, topped with a slightly spicy pork sausage, which is then topped with a little coleslaw and peppercorn sauce, all wrapped in a pita. It is tasty and filling. For a meatless option, try the Zuchii Wrap, which consists of Grilled Zucchini, Smoky Chickpea-Onion Slaw, Creamy Garlic-Tahini Sauce, and Fresh Cilantro wrapped in Pita Bread. This plant-based menu item is exclusive to Batuu East, aka Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Walt Disney World Resort. There is also a breakfast version which is just as good after starting your day on Batuu. After your meal you can wash it all down with brightly colored specialty beverages of Tatooine Sunset (non-alcoholic), or Coruscant Cooler, Surly Sarlacc or Trandoshan Ale for guests 21 and older.
Must Try Drinks at Oga’s Cantina
Last, but certainly not least, is Oga’s Cantina. Here, visitors of Batuu can grab a drink, catch up on the latest gossip and even dance to the tunes of R-3X, the Catina DJ – a former Starspeeder pilot on Star Tours. Oga’s Cantina is without fail, one of the most popular spots in all of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. This unique atmosphere and a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic concoctions, there’s something for everyone to love. Our guests have tried many of the drinks like Blue Bantha and Hyperdrive (Punch It!), along with alcoholic beverages like Jedi Mind Trick, The Outer Rim and more. Even with serving alcohol (two drinks maximum per guest), Oga's Cantina insists on being family friendly. However, with that said, the cantina is incredibly popular and always filled to capacity. That often means standing room only, which may be hard for kids. Now that Oga's has a reservation system in place, it's much easier to get in which is always a relief when traveling with kids! We recommend reservations for Oga’s Cantina. Get free dining alerts for open reservations at Oga’s Cantina here.
Booking Your Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Vacation
Now that you know about all of the foods awaiting you on Batuu, let us help you get there! We have discount Walt Disney World tickets and vacation packages available online. Or, you can call our vacation experts at 855-GET-AWAY for personalized guidance. Not only will you save the most when you book with Get Away Today, you'll have someone you can trust. We check with you before and during your vacation to make sure everything goes seamlessly. We can't wait for you to experience Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at the Walt Disney WorldResort! We hope you enjoyed our overview of all of the must try food at Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. However, nothing is better than actually experiencing it for yourself!