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We’re going to share with you everything you need to know about Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, the Fast Casual Restaurant in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge, including the menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner, prices and a review of our experience there. If you’re looking for info about Docking Bay 7, then you’ve come to the right place!
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo Overview
- Location: Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge (Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios)
- Type: Fast Casual / Quick Service Restaurant
- Price: $
- Cuisine Type: Hearty Bowls, Meat, Vegetarian, etc
- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
- Dress Code: Theme Park Attire
- Mobile Order: Yes
Docking Bay 7 is a Fast Casual Restaurant is one of the two dining locations located in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge and the main place to get food since the other restaurant is a Bar/Lounge called Oga’s Cantina which is more focused on drinks and small bites.
Latest Docking Bay 7 News
(UPDATED 1/29/20) – Sporks Back in Galaxy’s Edge
They may have disappeared for a while, but the Sporks are back in Docking Bay 7! Now they are for sale for $10.99 and come with a carrying bag. Right now they are only for sale in the Disneyland version of Docking Bay 7, but expect them to eventually make their way to Hollywood Studios too.
Scroll down to the menu to see where they’ve been added into the new “Cargo” section of the menu.
11/2019 – Menu Changes
Recently, Docking Bay 7 also underwent several menu name changes, and now it includes Disneyland too.
Some guests were having a hard time understanding the menu items at Docking Bay 7 in Hollywood Studios, so Disney started changing the names of the menu items to make them more guest-friendly with simpler, easier understand ones.
Then they changed the names back, and now they’ve changed them again, now using more hybrid names half-way between a Star Wars theme and regular English. We’ve posted the updated names down in the menu for you to look at.
This change is for the Hollywood Studios and Disneyland version of Docking Bay 7, as the Disneyland version has just changed.
The only entree name that remains not changed on the Disneyland menu yet has changed in Disney World is the Yobshrimp Noodle Salad. In Disney World, it got changed to Surabat Shrimp & Noodle Salad/, but in Disneyland, it is still Yobshrimp. We’ll let you know of any more changes to the menu if they happen.
Also, recently some new vegan menu items have been added in Docking Bay 7 in both parks. In Disneyland, the Garden Patty Bun ($9.99). This is a meatless patty served on a bao bun, with roasted carrots, house sauce, and an orange.
In Disney World’s Docking Bay 7 they’ve added the Peka Pasta Rings Youngling Meal, which is Pasta with Plant-based Meat Marinara Sauce.
The Garden Patty Bun and Peka pasta Rings are both vegan and adds the park’s growing list of vegan options.
Scroll down for more details on the menu.
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo is definitely one of the most unique dining locations in any Disney park, I mean just look at the image below and see how awesome it is!!
Remember that famous space shuttle we saw land in Galaxy’s Edge on top of one of the buildings months ago? Turns out it belongs to Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs, the owner of Docking Bay 7 and he uses it to fly in his food to this cargo hanger from the roof.
This is an important hanger bay in general to Black Spire Outpost as it’s used to provide produce, provisions, and equipment to incoming freighters to the hangar
Chef Tuggs is in high demand as a highly trained culinary master, and he’s excited to show off some of the new dishes he created during his time working in May Kanata’s kitchen.
Docking Bay 7 is being called a Fast-Casual restaurant on the same line with Satu’li Canteen in Pandora: The World of Avatar. You can choose to dine indoors in the hangar bay or outside in a shaded courtyard. Both the outside and inside are awesome, I mean, it’s not everyday you can eat on a shipping crate!
Dining Plan (WDW)
- Yes, Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo accepts the Disney Dining Plan in Walt Disney World.
- Quick Service and Snack Credit Items
- Tables in Wonderland: No
- WDW Annual Passholder: No
- Disneyland Annual Passholder: 10-15%
- Disney Vacation Club: No
- Disney Rewards VISA: No
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo is located in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in both Disneyland Park and Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World.
To get to it head straight for Black Spire Outpost which is the marketplace in Galaxy’s Edge and located in the middle of the land. Head through the marketplace and find the building with the space shuttle on top and you’re there! It’s right next to the Millennium Falcon with a great spot for photos!
Hours of Operation
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo restaurant serves Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
- Breakfast: 8am – 10:30am (6am in WDW for Extra Magic Hours)
- Lunch: 10:30am – 4:00pm
- Dinner: 4:00pm – 10:00pm
Docking Bay 7 Must-Try Items
Come to Docking Bay 7 when you’re hungry, because practically everything on the menu is awesome! Some of our favorite items on the menu are:
- Endorian Fried Chicken Tip Yip
- Smoked Kaadu Pork Ribs
- Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread
You can’t go wrong with any of them, so go to town! The only thing to avoid imo is the Shrimp and Noodle Salad, it’s not very good.
Scroll Down for the Menu and our Full Review of Docking Bay 7…
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo Menu
*(Last Updated 10/16/19) – If you have any Menu updates or corrections please let us know! This is the menu for Disneyland and Disney World.
with travel bag
Rising Moons Overnight Oats (Disneyland Only)
Oats, Dragon Fruit, Yogurt, Seasonal Fruit
Mustafarian Lava Roll
Sweet Galactic Delight
Bright Suns Morning (Disney World Only)
Three-Cheese Egg Bite, Pork Sausage, Purple Potato Hash, Mini Mustafarian Lava Roll
Tuggs’ Overnight Oats (Disney World Only)
Overnight Oats, Mango Smoothie, Mixed Fruit
Bright Suns Youngling Breakfast (Kids Meal)
Scrambled Egg, Purple Potatoes, seasonal fresh Fruit served with choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small Dasani® Water. Meets Disney Nutrition Guidelines for Complete Meals without substitutions
Simply Fruit Punch®, Simply Orange® with Pineapple, Chipotle-Pineapple
Batuubucha Tea (Disneyland Only)
Suja® Pineapple Passionfruit Kombucha™
Phattro (Disneyland Only)
Gold Peak® Unsweetened Tea, Odwalla® Lemonade, Desert Pear
Sour Sarlacc (Disney World Only)
Minute Maid® Limeade with Raspberry and Spicy Mango
Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread
Plant-based Meatballs, Herb Hummus, Tomato-Cucumber Relish, Pita
Smoked Kaadu Pork Ribs
Sticky Pork Ribs, Blueberry Corn Muffin, Cabbage Slaw
Roasted Endorian Chicken Salad
Marinated Chicken, Mixed Greens, Roasted Vegetables, Quinoa, Pumpkin Seeds, Green Curry Ranch
Endorian Fried Chicken Tip-Yip
Crispy Chicken with choice of Vegetable Mashed Potatoes with Herb Gravy or Macaroni and Cheese and Roasted Vegetables
Surabat Shrimp & Noodle Salad/Yobshrimp Noodle Salad
Chilled Shrimp, Marinated Noodles, Vegetables, Cilantro
Batuuan Beef Pot Roast
Beef Pot Roast, Cavatelli Pasta, Wilted Kale, Mushrooms
Simply Fruit Punch®, Simply Orange® with Pineapple, Chipotle-Pineapple
Batuubucha Tea (Disneyland Only)
Suja® Pineapple Passionfruit Kombucha™
Phattro (Disneyland Only)
Gold Peak® Unsweetened Tea, Odwalla® Lemonade, Desert Pear
Takodana Quencher – (Disney World Only)
Bacardi Dragon Berry Rum, Blue Curaçao, Simple Orange with Pineapple, Kiwi
Gold Squadron Lager – Blue Point Brewing Co. (Disney World Only)
16 oz draft – Golden Lager with Lavender and Plum flavors
Surly Sarlacc (Disney World Only)
Ketel One Botanical Grapefruit and Rose Vodka, Minute Maid© Limeade, Raspberry, Spicy Mango Flavors
Raspberry Cream Puff, Passion Fruit Mousse
Chocolate Cake, White Chocolate Mousse, Coffee Custard
Kid’s Menu – Lunch/Dinner
Garden Patty Bun (Disneyland Only)
Plant-based Patty, Bao, Roasted Carrot, House Sauce and a Cuties® Mandarin served with choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small DASANI® Water. Meets Disney Nutrition Guidelines for Complete Meals without substitutions
A Taste of Takodana (Disneyland Only)
Black Bean Hummus, Edible Soil with Nuts, Chilled Dipping Vegetables, Multigrain Crisps served with choice of Small Low-fat Milk or Small Dasani® Water
Fried Endorian Tip-yip (Disneyland Only)
crispy Chicken, Macaroni and Cheese and Seasonal Vegetables served with choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small Dasani® Water
Surabat Shrimp Noodle Salad (Disney World Only)
Chilled Shrimp, Noodles, Vegetables, Sweet Orange Dressing served with choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small DASANI® Water. Meets Disney Nutrition Guidelines for Complete Meals without substitutions
Takodana Veggie Dippers (Disney World Only)
Black Bean Hummus, Bread Crumbs with Nuts, Chilled Dipping Vegetables, Multi-Grain Crisps served with choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small DASANI® Water. Meets Disney Nutrition Guidelines for Complete Meals without substitutions
Fried Chicken Tip-Yip Youngling Meal (Disney World Only)
Crispy Chicken, Macaroni and Cheese, Seasonal Vegetables served with choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small DASANI® Water
Peka Pasta Rings Youngling Meal (Disney World Only)
Pasta with Plant-based Meat Marinara Sauce
Here is a sampling of just some of the dishes you can find in Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo:
For more Docking Bay 7 food photos, scroll down to our Full Review…
Docking Bay 7 FAQ’s
Yes and no. Whether or not Docking Bay 7 serves alcohol all depends in which park you visit it. In the Disneyland version of Docking Bay 7, no alcohol is served. If you want alcoholic drinks in Galaxy’s Edge, head over to Oga’s Cantina.
In the Disney World version however, there are multiple alcoholic drinks on the menu, so feel free to enjoy.
Sporks (combination spoon and fork) were introduced into Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo with the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in both Disneyland and Hollywood Studios. However guests were stealing them and selling them online for incredible amounts of money so after a short time in each place they stopped offering them
You can read all about the missing sporks in Galaxy’s Edge in this article we wrote when it happened.
Docking Bay 7 Review
We were able to recently try out Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in both Disney World and Disneyland, and we have a full review for you in what has become perhaps our favorite quick service location in either park.
After a long afternoon of touring Galaxy’s Edge, we are ready to get some galactic chow and what better place to do that than Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, the quick service restaurant located in Black Spire Outpost!
Remember the famous space shuttle on top of one of the buildings in Galaxy’s Edge that we kept seeing in the models and concept art? It’s actually a Sienar-Chall Utilipede-Transport and that baby belongs to Docking bay 7’s owner: Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs. You’ll see why that’s important when we go inside…
There are 3 numbers written on the cargo containers being unloaded from the shuttle: 77, 80 and 83. Sound familiar? Those are the years the original Star Wars trilogy films were released!
It sure looks impressive sitting on top of the dome:
Docking Bay 7 is located right next door to Dok Ondar’s Den of Antiquities, and up the stairs from the Millennium Falcon:
Just like the rest of the signs in Galaxy’s Edge, this one is written in Aurebesh, and the even the characters that are in English are in the Aurebesh font. Don’t worry, when you see this huge doorway you’ll know you’re in the right place:
Docking Bay 7 – Food and Cargo:
The menu is posted on the wall outside with a reminder to use Mobile Order, which we’ll talk more about later:
Some cargo has just arrived as a preview of what’s to come:
Welcome to Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo:
This is really one of the coolest spaces I’ve seen in a Disney restaurant and exactly what I was hoping for when I heard about it:
That crate with the number 80 is being lowered down into Docking Bay 7. I wonder what kind of treats are being delivered…
This is definitely the focal point of the restaurant and you can’t miss it from anywhere in the main dining area.
Just think, the space inside here is more than enough for a giant crate like this to be lowered down into the space, and it feels small when you are there.
There is a variety of different types of tables in Docking Bay 7:
The coolest ones though to me have to be the huge shipping containers that are basically turned into rooms with tables in them:
I mean seriously, how sweet are these??
How cool are those giant doors on the side of the shipping containers?
I feel like these poor people could get the door closed on them and they would be loaded away into the shuttle on top of the roof at a moment’s notice! 😉
Even the garbage bins have a unique flare of their own. I feel like I’m throwing my garbage into a huge trash compactor or something here:
If you are afraid of getting shipped away in one of the containers, you can find a seat somewhere else in one of the dining rooms in Docking Bay 7. There is a big long counter in the middle of the room with tall stools you can pull up to sit on:
Close-up of the counter and stool:
For our shorter guests the counter is lower and the stool is this metal canister:
What about this table that is made from a scrapped X-Wing, wing:
There are more lower tables with some more traditional style seats with them:
I really love these barrel canisters and they are easy to move around:
There are so many cool styling elements in Docking Bay 7 like the containers of fresh fish that just arrived. Notice the blue alien creature above the fish? Expect some of that in one of your dishes for lunch, I hear they’re pretty good… 😉
Look up to see all the lighting fixtures around the dining room:
It looks like restricted access is behind those doors and lots of canisters on top:
Here is the control panel for Docking Bay 7. The controls for the pulley system that lower the crates from the roof is located here so I’d be careful what you touch!
The main dining room isn’t the only place to eat in Docking Bay 7 though. If we go around the corner we’ll find another dining area tucked away:
This room is a bit more plain looking, no big gimmicks or things to see, just tables and chairs:
It is though located right next to the exit door which brings you outside to a lovely outside patio:
The inside theming while I find it to be really intriguing and interesting, it is a lot of clunky metal everywhere. If you want to enjoy your meal in some fresh Batuuan air in a softer environment, then this is the place to be:
This is a gorgeous courtyard area with lots of tables and a big counter int he center:
There are beautiful canopies overhead that give some shade if the sun is too hot:
It’s the little details of Galaxy’s Edge that I love most. The subtle things that are worked into the land that just flow and you don’t even think about twice. That’s the genius in the way the Imagineers designed this place.
Take for example this arched doorway which has a wall around it that has long been destroyed. They sell it so well and it just works that you wouldn’t think twice about this not being a real, city that has been here for hundreds of years or more:
I also love that stonework on the ground!
Benches and tables are pretty big and it’s just an overall awesome place to have a meal. Plus you get the cool buzz from beyond the wall of the other guests in Black Spire Outpost as they walk by.
We definitely spent some time here just sitting during our time in Galaxy’s Edge, even when we weren’t eating at Docking Bay 7. It’s overall a nice place to chill and get away from the chaos outside:
If there aren’t any tables left you can put your stuff down at the big counter in the middle and either stand or pull up a stool:
Again Disney thought of our younger guests and put a lower section of the counter in on the left with lower stools too. Nicely done:
Ok, we’ve seen everything there is to see outside, now I think it’s time to go back into Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo and order up some food:
We’ve wasted enough time walking around, I don’t know about you but I’m hungry and it’s time to eat! Here is where you’ll be waiting in line to order:
It’s a pretty big-sized queue, and there never was a huge line while we were there. It also helped that there were 3 registers open. I guess Disney has learned from their mistakes form Woody’s Lunch Box! 😉
Staying in theme with the rest of the restaurant, the registers in Docking Bay 7 are big metal containers which have now taken on another purpose:
When you order you’ll be picking up your food at the counter just behind the registers:
Things moved very fast and they were quick at getting food out:
TIP: If at all possible, you should be using the Mobile Order service when coming to Docking Bay 7 (or really in any quick service that offers it). We placed our order about 2 hours before we actually went to eat and it was great. Just tell them on the Disneyland app (or Disney World if you’re there) that you’re ready to pick up your food and you’ll find it there in a matter of minutes.
It’s a big time saver, especially in Galaxy’s Edge when there are so many things to explore you don’t want to waste your time in line.
Place your order early though, at least a couple hours before you actually want to eat. In my experience a lot of time slots were already taken up every time I went to use it due to its popularity, so get on it early.
Food and Drink
So now let’s check out the menu. There are 3 digital displays to see the menu from, 2 for the entrees and one for the kid’s meals and desserts!
The menu for lunch and for dinner are basically the same except for a couple of items. Lunch has the Felucian Garden Spread, while the Dinner only items are the Braised Shaak Roast and Ithorian Garden Loaf. The rest of the items are interchangeable.
There are 2 choices for dessert, the Oi-Oi Puff and Batuu-Bon. 3 choices on the kid’s meal menu and 3 specialty beverages too. No alcohol here though, that’s only in Oga’s Cantina.
The entrees run in price from $13.99 to 18.99 for the most expensive item at dinner. Not cheap for a quick service meal, but we hope the quality is on par with Satu’li Canteen in Pandora.
We grab our food and look for a table which wasn’t an easy thing to find in the crowds here!
I’m sooooo ready for this!!
So first we tried all 3 specialty drinks. From left to right we go: Batuubucha Tea, Phattro and Moof Juice:
Before I get into how the drinks were I just wanted to point out the utensils that you use to eat in Docking bay 7, the Galaxy’s Edge Spork! The thing is…after only a couple days of opening, they stopped giving guests sporks to use while eating because people were stealing them. Now you have to use a normal fork or spoon. This is why we can’t have nice things people…
Ok so the drinks…First up we tried the Phattro:
Of the 3 drinks the Phattro I thought came in the middle. I didn’t love it but I didn’t hate it either. Let’s call it the Ant-Man of Docking Bay 7. It’s made from Gold Peak® Unsweetened Tea, Odwalla® Lemonade, Desert Pear. It was a bit fruity, but to me it was lacking in flavor and needed to be more defined.
Next up was the Batuubucha Tea made with Suja® Pineapple Passionfruit Kombucha:
I’m going to skip over all the subtleties and just tell you it’s not good. Don’t get it! I honestly don’t know what they were thinking when they made this thing but it needs to be replaced with something else ASAP!
Last up was by far our favorite of the bunch and that’s the Moof Juice:
The Moof Juice was actually really, really good. It’s a blend of Simply Fruit Punch®, Simply Orange® with Pineapple, and Chipotle-Pineapple. I didn’t even know they make a chipotle pineapple, but now I’m happy they do!
Don’t think that it’s a strong smokey flavor though because it’s not, but it’s by far the best of the three and the only one I’d order again.
Ok, onto the food!
Fried Endorian Tip-Yip:
This was the first food option we tried and it didn’t disappoint. It is crispy Chicken, Roasted Vegetable Potato Mash, Herb Gravy all served together in a sort of cast-iron-looking dish which I thought was a cool touch. All the food we got was served this way.
I thought the portion size was good and who doesn’t love some fried chicken and mashed potatoes smothered in gravy?? The chicken I thought could have been just slightly bigger itself, but it made up for it in taste. I found it to be very moist and the breading on the outside was outstanding! Crispy and some nice spices in there.
The mashed potatoes were pretty good too, really smooth and not lumpy. Even though they had peas and carrots in them, I couldn’t really taste them, which I think is a good thing!
I highly recommend the Fried Tip-Yip!
Smoked Kaadu Ribs:
(Sticky Pork Ribs, Blueberry Corn Muffin, Cabbage Slaw)
If fried chicken isn’t my perfect food, then ribs might just be the choice so we were eager to try the Smoked Kaadu Ribs. I’ve been eying this one since the first photos of Docking Bay 7 hit the internet!
I thought this was another clear winner and I was instantly torn between the two over which one was my favorite. The ribs were a good size and they had lots of meat on them, it wasn’t just all bones.
The meat itself was really tender and juicy and it was really easy to get it off the bone! The bbq sauce on them was also a plus for me, very tangy so they must use lots of vinegar in Black Spire Outpost.
I’m not a huge cabbage fan so I could have left the slaw, but the blueberry corn muffin was INSANE! Very moist and a strong blueberry flavor. Like eating a really good blueberry cornbread basically. Almost worth getting the dish again even just for the muffin, we loved it that much!
Yobshrimp Noodle Salad:
This was Chilled Shrimp, Marinated Noodles, Vegetables and Cilantro. I went into the day thinking this might be my favorite and boy was I wrong, I didn’t like it at all! In fact it was the only food item I didn’t like in Docking bay 7.
I thought the amount of shrimp they give you was more than generous, but the overall flavor of the dish was not good. I can’t put my finger on it, but the flavor was just off, almost like a pickled taste to it which just shouldn’t be matched with shrimp.
I didn’t like the cold noodles either, they were really cold and almost slimy. I applaud Disney for going for something out of the norm with this one, but unfortunately this time they struck out. Let’s hope that doesn’t keep them from trying to make adventurous things in the future because the idea is good, it’s the execution that is missing here.
Roasted Endorian Tip-yip Salad:
(Marinated Chicken, Mixed Greens, Roasted Seasonal Vegetables, Quinoa, and Pumpkin Seeds, tossed in Green Curry Ranch)
This salad was awesome! I really liked everything about it. The chicken had a great grilled taste and not too dry. The portion was really big and the mix of veggies and pumpkin seeds was a nice touch too. I normally don’t like ranch dressing, but mixed with green curry it didn’t taste like normal ranch and I really liked it!
Another win for Docking Bay 7!
Felucian Garden Spread:
(Plant-based “Kefta”, Herb Hummus, Tomato-Cucumber Relish, Pita)
So this is one of the vegetarian options on the Docking Bay 7 menu (of which there are 2) and I have to say that it was the one I was least looking forward to trying. I’m a carnivore through and through and if you tell me you are giving me “plant-based” meatballs essentially it doesn’t exactly get me excited.
Wow was I wrong!! The Felucian Garden Spread was perhaps the star of a pretty outstanding menu and something we really, really enjoyed!
The kefta balls themselves were really tender and moist, and they were packed with flavor. If you gave them to me without telling me they weren’t meat I wouldn’t have been able to tell the difference, honest.
It’s a very Mediterranean-Style dish and I love the pita, hummus and the cucumber and tomato blend. It all worked and this is definitely on the long list of dishes I’ll be getting again here on my next visit!
On to the desserts…
There are two items on the dessert menu at Docking Bay 7: the Oi-Oi Puff and the Batuu-bon. They both look really yummy so I hope they don’t disappoint!
(Raspberry Cream Puff, Passion Fruit Mousse)
Of the two desserts this is the one I was looking forward to more. I mean any dessert based on raspberry is going to appeal to me 100% of the time. I’m happy to say I was pretty content with how this one came out.
So it’s like a cream puff basically, filled with a raspberry cream and then topped with a passion fruit mousse on top. I thought the raspberry cream was insanely good, really smooth and perfectly tart. The passion fruit mouse was ok, not a ton of flavor and a bit hard, but still the whole thing just worked. Definitely getting this one again too.
(Chocolate Cake, White Chocolate Mousse, Coffee Custard)
I’ll preface this by saying I’m not a huge chocolate guy, and I don’t like coffee flavored dessert, so things weren’t looking very positive going in. I thought the texture of the cake was ok, it is very hard and compact like a brownie, but a bit too bitter and rich for me.
The white chocolate mousse on top was pretty decent, but the whole flavor of coffee to me ruins it. If you like coffee then give it a try, but I don’t think I’ll be getting this one again.
Overall I really, really liked Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo. I thought the atmosphere was really unique and offered a not-so-traditional environment to eat in. Very immersive and if you don’t like the metal look, the outside seating is gorgeous!
My standard was pretty high going in and I was holding it to Satu’li Canteen levels, which I think is the best quick service in any domestic Disney park. Docking Bay 7 didn’t disappoint. All the plates were unique offering some interesting spins on traditional ingredients, and also offering some not so traditional ingredients too.
I don’t think the portion sizes were quite as big as Satu’li Canteen, but they were still pretty good. The quality though is where Docking Bay 7 shines and we LOVED everything we tried (expect for the Shrimp) and will be getting them all again!
If you have to choose only one entree then make it the ribs, or the chicken, or the kefta. On second thought, “Why choose?”
We hope you enjoyed our Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo review. We’ll see you the next time a shipment lands on the roof with some more goods!
If you are looking for more Galaxy’s Edge info you can read our Complete Guide to Star Wars Land for more planning tips, or our Galaxy’s Edge Dining Guide to see the other food, drinks and dining locations on Batuu.
Stay tuned here at Ziggy Knows Disney for more details on the Docking Bay 7 menu and all the other Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge news right here!
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- Are you excited for this restaurant?
- Which Galaxy’s Edge Restaurant are you looking forward to more?
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