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Dining in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge is always a treat, but now it’s about to get even better with 3 new menu items being added to the various dining locations in Star Wars Land in Disneyland!
Back in October 2019, 5 new food items came to Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland, including some vegan options. This time we’re going to share with you the very latest 3 to arrive!
Then, later on, we’re going to share with you some how to make reservations for the various experiences in Galaxy’s Edge including new 60-Day reservations available for Droid Depot, Savi’s Workshop and Oga’s Cantina.
Hey I’m always down for more food as long as its tasty, so this sounds like a great idea to me!
Let’s look at the new food!
New Galaxy’s Edge Food in January 2020
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo and Ronto Roasters –
Get ready for the Black Spire Hot Chocolate topped with shimmering whipped cream. This will be a good snack as the weather is a bit chilly right now and nice alternative to coffee at those locations.
The purple whipped cream in the hot chocolate looks cool, and that has been a trick of various items in Galaxy’s Edge to give it a more unique feel.
Milk Stand –
Many have complained about the Blue and Green milk that can be found at the Milk Stand. They were supposed to be the signature food item in Star Wars Land and they have disappointed, to say the least.
It will be interesting to see if fans take better to the new Toydaria Swirl. This is the green milk, mixed with savory chili lime seasoning and mango jelly. This reminds me of the chili lime dole whip over at the Tropical Hideaway, and we hope it tastes just as good.
Jat Kaa’s Coolers –
To me, the new Galma Garlic Puffed Cheese Chips will also be a welcome addition to the Galaxy’s Edge food lineup. Galaxy’s Edge really needs a good snack mix as the pork rinds from Ronto Roasters are nothing to write home about.
These new chips can be found at the various Jat Kaa’s Coolers, those cute droid carts where you can buy drinks normally.
In case you missed them, there were also some other new food items released back in October 2019. You can check them out below…
New Galaxy’s Edge Food in October 2019
Garden Patty Bun – $9.99
Docking Bay 7 is the best spot in Galaxy’s Edge if you want a meal, and now there is a new vegan option to try for kids, the Garden Patty Bun! This new kid’s meal features a bao bun, roasted carrots, house sauce, and an orange.
Sure it’s on the Kid’s menu, but we’re sure a few adults are going to be trying it too!
Happabore Sampler – $21.00
If you’ve been to Oga’s Cantina then you know there aren’t many food options available on the menu, well now there is a new charcuterie plate: the Happabore Sampler.
This sampler features a selection of cured meats, artisan cheeses, pickled and preserved rations, and crackers. It’s the perfect shareable bite to munch on while you sip on the many delicious concoctions Oga has to offer.
Ronto-less Garden Wrap – $12.99
Kyryll Pork Rinds – $19.99
Ronto Roasters is famous for its meat on a spit that you can see cooking on the pod racing engine outside. Well, now there are two new meat-less options coming to Ronto’s: the Ronto-less Garden Wrap, and the Kyryll Pork Rinds.
The Ronto-less Garden Wrap features plant-based sausage, spicy kimchi slaw, sweet pickled cucumber, and Gochujang spread all wrapped in pita. The Kyryll Pork Rinds have cinnamon-sugar served in a MSE-6 Series Repair Droid souvenir vessel.
Kat Saka’s Kettle
Chocolate Popcorn with Crait Red Salt – $6.49
The popcorn already served at Kat Saka’s Kettle can be quite addicting, but now it has competition, with Chocolate Popcorn with Crait Red Salt!
Remember that this salt comes from Crait, the now-uninhabited red mineral world dusted by a layer of white salt which reflects the planet’s sunlight which we saw in The Last Jedi.
Disney has been transforming its in-park menus to offer many more Vegan options in both Disneyland and Disney World, and it’s nice to see even more options are popping up every day.
My only question is if these new food items will make their way over to Galaxy’s Edge in Disney World eventually, or if these will be exclusive to Disneyland only. So far it seems that most of the new food they come up with tends to stay in that park.
The Hollywood Studios version of Star Wars Land, for example, got its own new snacks too last year, so this trend will probably continue.
New 60-Day Reservations
There are some experiences in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge that have been fan favorites from day one like Oga’s Cantina, Savi’s Workshop and Droid Depot. Because of that, at times it can be very difficult to get into them during your time in Batuu.
In our experience in Star Wars Land, these are three of the coolest things you can do there, especially Oga’s Cantina, which is a personal favorite of ours! If you want to really experience Galaxy’s Edge the way it was made to be experienced, these three things are a must, at least once!
Now, starting October 21, Oga’s Cantina, Savi’s Workshop and Droid Depot will all have 60-Day reservations available for guests, which means you can lock in your time to visit even earlier than now.
This follows the pattern of other Disneyland restaurants, allowing guests to book 60 days out. Now you can do it not only for Oga’s, but for the other two experiences too.
These popular experiences book up quickly, so be sure to check out the Disneyland Resort website or the Disneyland app to make your reservations today!
To learn more about the food and drinks in Star Wars Land, read our guide to Galaxy’s Edge Dining. And for a more detailed look at how to plan your visit to Galaxy’s Edge itself, read our Star Wars Land Guide which is full of great tips to enjoy your time there.
I want to know what you think about the new food options coming to Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge…
- Which one looks the best to you?
- Do you like the 60-Day reservation system?
Let us know in the comments section below!
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