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Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Food & Restaurant Guide

Of course, we all go to Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge for the mind-blowing attractions, stunning visuals and immersive environments it has. But let’s face it, the food and drinks are what keep us coming back. This is the complete guide to Galaxy’s Edge Food and Restaurants.

Best Galaxy's Edge Food and Drinks

We’ve spent the past months eating in Star Wars Land and in this post we are going to give you an overview of all the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Food and Dining options including each restaurant and dining location, and the absolute best and worst food and drink options you will find there.

Reading about all the food before Galaxy’s Edge opened and then actually trying it all after the fact was a completely different experience. We love the majority of the food in Galaxy’s Edge but were especially blown away by Oga’s Cantina as well as all the food from the main quick service dining establishment in Black Spire Outpost: Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo.

Star Wars Galaxy's Edge Concept Art

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is great because even if you don’t have time to have a sit-down meal, there are plenty of snacks to take and bring with you on your next mission.

Ok, first let’s break down each Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge restaurant and dining location, and then we’ll talk about the must-try food & drinks, and also what you should definitely not eat in Star Wars Land.

Restaurants

Even though there is a Galaxy’s Edge in both Disneyland and Walt Disney World, each location has the same restaurants. There are some slight changes to the menu however in the two locations and we’ll make note of that down below.

There are 5 restaurants/dining locations in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge which includes:

  • Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo (quick service dining)
  • Oga’s Cantina (bar/lounge)
  • Milk Stand (snack stand)
  • Ronto Roasters (quick service)
  • Kat Sakas Kettle (snack stand)

I’m going to give you a brief summary of each Galaxy’s Edge restaurant and let you know what kind of food you will find there and their most popular dishes.

Oga’s Cantina

behind the bar at Oga's Cantina

Oga’s Cantina was the first of the dining locations we heard about coming to Galaxy’s Edge, and after the short time it’s been open, it has quickly become our favorite dining location in Star Wars Land, and our favorite bar in Walt Disney World or Disneyland, period!

Think of a place like you saw in the Mos Eisley Cantina that Luke and Obi-Wan go into in the original Star Wars movie, but a lot more fun! The drinks are flowing, music playing, and D-J3X is the hottest DJ in the Galaxy. You won’t find many food options here, but they no doubt have the best drinks in Galaxy’s Edge.

This is also the only place that the public can drink alcohol in Disneyland, so you’re definitely going to stop here if you would like an adult beverage while in the park.

You absolutely have to come to Oga’s Cantina at least once on your trip to Galaxy’s Edge, it’s a can’t-miss place. You could even argue that Oga’s Cantina is more must-do than even the Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run. The lines have been out the door since opening and it’s not going to slow down anytime soon so make sure this is your first stop when visiting Star Wars Land.

Yum Nub Oga's Cantina

Most Popular Food/Drink Options:

  • Oga’s Obsession
  • The Outer Rim
  • Jedi Mind Trick
  • Blue Bantha
  • Fuzzy Tauntaun

Check Out our Full Review of Oga’s Cantina here!

Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

crate hanging from ceiling Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

Have you ever noticed that shuttle parked on top of the roof of one of the buildings in Black Spire Outpost? Turns out it belongs to Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs, the owner of Docking Bay 7 and he uses it to fly in food to Galaxy’s Edge using 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 a Fast-Casual restaurant in Star Wars Land on the same line with Satu’li Canteen in Pandora: The World of Avatar, and has quickly become our favorite quick service dining in Hollywood Studios.

You really can’t go wrong with any of the food choices here (except for one which we’ll tell you about later), they are all hearty portions and not your typical fast-food fare. The atmosphere is also done incredibly well here as you are eating essentially in the middle of a shipping bay, and shipping containers make up your tables too.

batuuan beef pot roast docking bay 7 food and cargo Galaxy's Edge

If you are going to eat lunch or dinner in Galaxy’s Edge, this is where you want to do it!

Most Popular Food/Drink Options:

  • Endorian Fried Chicken Tip Yip
  • Smoked Kaadu Pork Ribs
  • Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread
  • Oi-oi Puff


Ronto Roasters

Podracing Engine cooker Ronto Roasters Star Wars Galaxy's Edge

Ronto Roasters is run by Bakkar and his droid: 8D-J8 in what is definitely one of the more interesting places to eat in Galaxy’s Edge. It’s located right in-between the marketplace and Dok Ondar’s Den of Antiquities.

What you’ll notice immediately is the huge pod-racing engine in the middle of the restaurant firing up a barbecue pit for mouth-watering Ronto wraps (a must-try food in Galaxy’s Edge). Finally pod-racing put to good use!

I love watching 8D-J8 turning the “meat” turn on the spit, it’s a very cool effect and makes guests feel immersed in the atmosphere.

Expect some awesome sandwiches which will be a must if you can’t get into Oga’s Cantina or Docking Bay 7. Guests can also choose from a variety of exotic non-alcoholic drinks like the Sour Sarlacc or Tatooine Sunset. And don’t forget the Ronto Wrap, one of our favorite foods in Galaxy’s Edge.

Ronto Morning Wrap Ronto Roasters inside Star Wars Galaxy's Edge

Most Popular Food/Drink Options:

  • Ronto Wrap
  • Ronto Breakfast Wrap
  • Sour Sarlacc
  • Nuna Turkey Jerky
  • Ronto-less Garden Wrap (vegan)

Kat Sakas Kettle:

Kat Saka's Kettle Outpost Popcorn

If you are looking for a snack to munch on in Galaxy’s Edge, Kat Saka’s Kettle is the place. Depending which park you are in the menu is a little different, but some flavor of Star Wars popcorn is always what’s being sold.

The regular Outpost Mix Popcorn is available in both Star Wars Lands. It’s a blend of sweet, savory and spicy flavors all into one. The first thought that came into my head is that it tastes a lot like fruity pebbles, but in popcorn form!

There are two more flavors of popcorn at Kat Saka’s Kettle however each one is only featured in one of the Galaxy’s Edge parks.

Hollywood Studios – Galaxy Green Popcorn, is essentially your standard butter flavored popcorn, just green

Disneyland – Chocolate Popcorn with Crait Red Salt. This is probably our favorite of all the popcorn flavors in Galaxy’s Edge as it has a wonderful sweet chocolate taste, but at the same time the salt balances it perfectly.

Grab a bag and take in the sights, as the popcorn from Kat Saka’s Kettle is the perfect walk-around snack in Star Wars Land.

Milk Stand:

Milk Stand Galaxy's Edge line

You didn’t think you’d get out of Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge without trying some Blue or Green Milk did you?? This is the most polarizing of all the food or drink choices in Galaxy’s Edge, and also the most controversial.

Either you love Blue and Green Milk or you hate them, although many more belong to the second group.

The Milk Stand serves both alcoholic and non-alcoholic versions of Blue and Green Milk* (which fyi isn’t even really milk), both with a unique fruity taste. We aren’t huge fans of the milk in general, but we couldn’t talk to you about the Galaxy’s Edge food without at least telling you to try them and see what you think for yourself!

Blue and Green Milk Galaxy's Edge

Even though you probably can’t get the image out of your head of Luke Skywalker milking that space cow in The Last Jedi, you have to try this stuff. There is even a story behind the place with the Bubo Wamba family farm that runs the Milk Stand, so go and ask about it.

Most Popular Food/Drink Options:

  • Blue and Green Milk
  • Alcoholic Blue and Green Milk*

*Alcoholic Blue and Green milk is not served in Disneyland but only in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

How to Make Dining Reservations for Galaxy’s Edge

If you are taking a trip to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge to eat or drink, you generally don’t need to make dining reservations as there are no table service restaurants, only quick service, snack stands and one bar/lounge.

The only dining location in Galaxy’s Edge you need to make reservations for is Oga’s Cantina. This is highly recommended as it can be very hard to get reservations there.

Read our guide in the link for instructions on how to make advanced dining reservations for Oga’s Cantina.

Does Galaxy’s Edge Have Alcohol?

degobah slug slinger drink Oga’s Cantina Galaxy's Edge

Both versions of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland and in Hollywood Studios do have alcohol, but not all the same options and not in all the same dining locations.

Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios has alcohol in:

  • Oga’s Cantina
  • Ronto Roasters
  • Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
  • and The Milk Stand

Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland only has alcohol in Oga’s Cantina. The rest of the restaurants only serve non-alcoholic drinks.

Star Wars Coca Cola Bottles

Coke bottles thermal detonators Star Wars Galaxy's Edge

If you are looking for a cool souvenir, the coolest one in Galaxy’s Edge may be the thermal detonator Coca-Cola bottles! The bottles have been a huge success so far, despite their higher cost ($5.49) compared to other places in the parks.

Probably the biggest news surrounding the Galaxy’s Edge Coke bottles was when the TSA announced that they would be banned from airplanes. Originally TSA put the grenade like soda bottles on the no-fly list, meaning you couldn’t bring them on an airplane, empty or full.

They have since retracted that ruling and can either be sent in your checked baggage, or emptied and put in your carry-on bag to bring home as a collectable.

There is no doubt though they are one of the coolest souvenirs you can bring home from Galaxy’s Edge, so make sure you try one at least once!

Best Galaxy’s Edge Food and Drinks

Ok, now that we talked about all the restaurants in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, it’s time to talk about the best and worst food items you will find there. We created this list in no particular order, but they are all things you should get at least once to fulfill the Star Wars experience!

10. Mustafarian Lava Roll – Multiple Locations

Mustafarian Lava Roll Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo Galaxy's Edge

You can get the Mustafarian Lava Roll for breakfast at Docking Bay 7, Oga’s Cantina or Ronto Roasters, and the result is always the same: finger-licking yumminess! The pastry dough is very light and flaky, and the roll is topped with chocolate crumbles and a raspberry glaze! Do I need to say anything more?

9. Blue Bantha – Oga’s Cantina

Blue Bantha Oga's Cantina

Why is it better to get the blue bantha than the regular blue milk? One word: Cookie! The buttery sugar cookie on top of the blue bantha more than makes up for the milk’s “ok” taste. It also has a sweet, chewy, toffee-like layer on top which makes it one of the best snacks in Galaxy’s Edge.

8. Green Milk with Alcohol – Milk Stand (WDW only)

glass of Alcoholic Green milk Star Wars Galaxy's Edge

The regular green milk in Galaxy’s Edge is not one of our favorite drinks, but somehow the alcoholic version is a winner and a must-try when visiting. The tequila brings out the citrus flavor more and diminishes the floral taste. If you’re going to try one of the Star Wars milks, then you might as well make it this one.

7. Roasted Endorian Chicken Salad – Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

roasted endorian chicken salad Galaxy's Edge

There are so many great options at Docking Bay 7 (Kaadu Pork Ribs, Endorian Chicken Tip-Yip, Batuuan Beef Pot Roast, etc), but believe it or not, I prefer the Endorian Chicken Salad to all of them.

The portion is hearty, there is lots of chicken in there, and the dressing is so creamy and delicious. This salad is like eating a really good Caesar salad and deserves to be counted among the best food items in Galaxy’s Edge.

6. Fuzzy Tauntaun – Oga’s Cantina

Fuzzy Tauntaun Oga's Cantina

Just on taste alone the Fuzzy Tauntaun probably doesn’t make the top 10 food/drinks in Galaxy’s Edge, but the uniqueness of the drink makes it impossible not to include. The drink is a mix of peach schnapps, orange juice and tangerine, but it’s the foam on the top that makes it special.

Just try to drink it and then tell me if your tongue doesn’t go numb!

5. Oga’s Obsession – Oga’s Cantina

Oga's Obsession Oga's Cantina

This has quickly become Ziggy’s Obsession too, as I seriously can’t go into Oga’s Cantina without getting one. Think of Oga’s Obsession as Star Wars’ version of jello. It has a lemonade and cotton candy flavor, but the blueberry popping pearls underneath and the crystalized dry fruit on top make it irresistible!

4. Felucian Garden Spread – Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

felucian kefta vegetarian Galaxy's Edge

So it’s pretty rare that I put a vegetarian option towards the top of any food list, especially one that passes itself off as being meat. The Felucian Garden Spread though is an exception, and the “meatballs” are so good, I honestly thought they were real meat the first time I tried them.

This is absolutely one of the best food choices in Galaxy’s Edge and you should try it whether you are vegetarian or not.

3. Oi-oi Puff – Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

oi oi puff docking bay 7 Galaxy's Edge

There aren’t too many dessert choices in Galaxy’s Edge, but the Oi-Oi Puff is by far the best one. This is a cream puff filled with a raspberry cream and then topped with a passion fruit mousse. It’s not heavy and everything works here. I get it and keep going back for it!

2. Outer Rim – Oga’s Cantina

The Outer Rim Oga's Cantina Galaxy's Edge

Margaritas are my favorite mixed drink, and the Outer Rim from Oga’s Cantina is one of the most unique and tastiest margaritas you will have in Disney World. The mix of silver tequila, açaí liqueur, lime juice, pure cane sugar, black salt, and exotic fruit purée makes it really hard to not keep ordering one after another.

The coolest part is the crazy foam on the “outer rim” of the glass which is made from exotic fruit puree. Sooooo good, and the best drink in Galaxy’s Edge hands down!

1. Ronto Wrap – Ronto Roasters

Ronto Wrap Ronto Roasters Galaxy's Edge food

I’m sorry but I don’t care how many fancy drinks or alien snacks there are in Star Wars Land, the best thing you can put in your mouth is the Ronto Wrap from Ronto Roasters. It’s a spicy sausage, wrapped by a moist pork loin, topped with coleslaw and peppercorn sauce, and then held together by a pita wrap.

By far the Ronto Wrap is the best food in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, and a must-try!

Honorable mentions:

  • Breakfast Wrap
  • Jedi Mind Trick
  • Rum Runner’s Spice Cider
  • Chocolate Popcorn with Crait Red Salt

I could have easily put any of these in the top 10, and are also among the best food items in Galaxy’s Edge.

Worst Galaxy’s Edge Food and Drinks

Along with the must-try food from Galaxy’s Edge, there are also a few you should stay away from at all costs. Here are the worst food and drinks in Galaxy’s Edge:

5. Nuna Turkey Jerky – Ronto Roasters

Nuna Turkey Jerky in worst food Galaxy's Edge

The Nuna Turkey Jerky from Ronto Roasters isn’t terrible, but it’s just not anything special and could be way better. The meat is very dry and very tough to eat, and there is very little distinction between the two flavors. Plus it really hurts your jaw after chewing it.

I think the big problem is that it’s made from turkey meat, and if the Nuna Jerky was beef for example, it would probably have more flavor and not be so hard.

4. Batuu-bon – Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

I’ve had worse desserts in a Disney theme park than the Batuu-bon, but I was really expecting more out of it which makes it really disappointing. The cake was too dry and compact and the coffee flavor was overpowering and too strong. Get the Oi-Oi Puff and you’ll be a much happier diner.

3. Green Milk – Milk Stand

Glass of Green Milk in Star Wars Galaxy's Edge

So this doesn’t make a whole lot of sense now does it, seeing as we put the alcoholic green milk on our must-try Galaxy’s Edge drinks list, but trust me, if you try the green milk without the tequila, you will regret the choice big time.

The regular green milk from the Milk Stand is drinkable, but I don’t know why you’d want to do it with so many more better options. Somehow the tequila in the alcoholic version pulls everything together, but without it, this drink is a mess. Move along here.

2. Batuubucha Tea – Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

batuubucha tea docking bay 7 food and cargo Galaxy's Edge worst food drinks

Made from pineapple passionfruit kombucha, the Batuubucha is by far the worst drink in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, hands down. It is bitter and leaves a terrible aftertaste in your mouth when you are done. Literally get any drink in Galaxy’s Edge over this one.

1. Surabat Shrimp – Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

Surabat shrimp yoboshrimp docking bay 7 food and cargo Galaxy's Edge

I hate to pile on to Docking Bay 7 with these bad food options because most of the food there is really amazing, but the Surabat Shrimp (Yobshrimp) is really terrible. The idea of shrimp and noodles is wonderful, and I’m ok with it being cold, but the noodles have this funky sauce on them leaving them slimy and bitter tasting. The execution of this dish makes it the worst food in Galaxy’s Edge, period.

Galaxy’s Edge is still in its infancy as a theme park land and in the coming months and years, more restaurants and food and drink items will be coming. I don’t know about you but I can’t wait to see what other delicious treats are coming to Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge in the near future!

Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge is open in both Disneyland and in Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World.

For more info read about the dining in Star Wars Land and more, read our Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Complete Planning Guide for a detailed look at the attractions, dining, planning, and touring strategies.

Your Thoughts:

I want to know what you think about the Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Food and Restaurants…

  • Which food or drink is your favorite?
  • Which is the worst?

Let us know in the comments section below!

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Stephen Shih

Sunday 29th of December 2019

The Endorian Chicken Tip-Yip is terrible. I had read a review comparing it to school-cafeteria food because the outer layer is mushy instead of crispy--but I had totally forgotten that when I went to Disneyland's GE soon after opening and ended up ordering it. The flavors are actually pretty good, but the lack of any crispiness ruins the dish. My son got the ribs, which were very good.

Walter Ross-Hartley

Monday 3rd of June 2019

I’ll be frank. I’m a middle-aged white lawyer living in San Diego. I am neither a liberal nor a conservative, but an independent who is sick of both extremes. With that being said…I can honestly tell u that Galaxy’s Edge holds no attraction for me other than kinda wanting to see the falcon.

I actually find it outdated- its basically a themed land that invites you to experience a truly “other” culture. I think this would be a really cool idea all the way until the mid-1990s, in other words during a time when American white people as a broad culture group didnt really have much intimate exposure to other cultures. And it still totally works in film where u r watching, not physically interacting with a completely “alien” culture.

The trouble is, for someone like me who frequents asian and indian and south american ethnic enclaves all the time, and eats their local food regularly, the act of stepping into a themepark with a fantasy alien land just doesnt much appeal to me for one main reason– the food.

If i watch a star wars movie on the big screen its still awesome to see an alien culture because i can imagine how completely different from my own experience the world and the food and the people must be like. But when i step into a live-action theme park which is made by humans using earth materials and food, and when the only thing disney can do is appropriate the food of non-white cultures and “re-imagine” it as alien food, it actually becomes not just boring to me but borderline insulting to other cultures who now have to experience a variation of their traditional foods as “alien cuisine” which is pretty much the kind of food that only a closed-minded white person would experience as adventurous or exciting or “other.”

Different than eating african-inspired food in adventureland because at least i know and recognize the real-world culture they are aspiring to recreate, and understand the historical cultural context of viewing the non-western world as “other”. But when the only option to create an “alien” food in star wars land is to co-opt a little known (to white people) dish from a non-white culture, it loses a lot of the magic for me.

I mean on one menu alone they sell a middle-eastern style hummus/pita dish as “felucian garden spread”, a korean-style sticky ribs dish (with a blueberry muffin!) called “smoked kaadu ribs”, a vietnamese-inspired shrimp and noodles dish called “yonshrimp noodle salad,” and on and on. Sigh. I wish some s jw f****ard would write an article excoriating the racism of galaxy edge’s menus. But it just makes me more apathetic to star wars as a whole.

So now the only people who can truly enjoy the galaxy’s edge experience are non-culturally-informed white people? …which really exposes the limitations of disney’s/KK’s forced progressive agenda in that the new films dont reflect that worldview anymore, but they feel they have no choice but to marginalize non-white cultures to make the perfect theme park experience…its all about money.

How sad that the films would be better if they were still from a white male perspective and the theme park would be less offensive if it wasnt so culturally appropriative.

Sorry for the rant, its just mindblowingly hypocritical to me.

But the truly saddest cut of all is that they have a traditional Black (or at best “Southern-style”) dish on the same menu as the other more “exotic” items: “Fried Endorian Tip-Yip,” aka Fried Chicken, Mac and Cheese, and Seasonal Veggies. Smh.

Elisabeth

Wednesday 13th of November 2019

Since they only had earth food to start with and the combos still had to taste good, I’m guessing they did the best they could. It sounds to me more like they threw together some traditional style dishes and gave them weird names. They may have had some additional ingredients added but it actually sounds like the menus are diverse ingredients from around the world. Not a slap in the face to any culture. Living in California we have the most diverse food options available in much of the world. Other metropolitan cities do also but we have large numbers of cultures. Plus fusion cuisine which is a thing in itself and sounds to be a basis for the menu. To me it just sounds like you are grumpy about it and want to throw race into this too. Just like everyone seems to these days. And believe me I have eaten around the world. Villages in Taiwan, china, the best Indian food in London... I could go on. I would love any food that takes me back to those experiences, no matter what they call it