Although there is plenty of story conflict to engage in when you visit Galaxy’s Edge, there’s also plenty of dining. All of that hacking and translating on your Datapad is sure to work up an appetite. Take a break from helping the Resistance (or the First Order), and indulge in some of Batuu’s local cuisine. Here are some Galaxy’s Edge dining tips, so you know what to eat, drink and skip in Black Spire Outpost.
Galaxy’s Edge Dining: What to Eat
Whenever you can get a cinnamon roll type pastry in a Disney park it’s safe to say you won’t be disappointed. While not a cinnamon roll exactly the insectoid inspired Mustafarian Roll is a rolled puff pastry with Chocolat mousse, topped with cookie crumbles and raspberry glaze drizzle. This pastry is a breakfast item on Batuu and you can get a mini version as well as part of a breakfast platter in Docking Bay 7.
Check out the official Disney Galaxy’s Edge menu for Docking Bay 7 here.
Ronto Wraps are the number one dish in Black Spire Outpost. Found in Ronto Roasters, the fast casual dining experience of Batuu includes roasted pork and grilled sausage on a pita with tangy slaw and peppercorn sauce. The droid working the spit beneath a pod racer engine roasts Ronto to perfection.
One more thing you can’t pass up while shopping in the Black Spire marketplace is Kat Saka’s Kettle. At this grain stall you can get a Batu delicacy that is both sweet and spicy. The popcorn mix is as colorful as it is flavorful; and as unique as it is addictive.
People keep on raving about it!
Galaxy’s Edge Dining: What to Drink
Coca Cola Products come in exclusive galaxy’s edge packaging that you have to get. These strange bottles are so unique that there is a limit per guest, because everybody wants them. The Packaging contains alien language and modified logos to further the immersive experience. Pick these up at Kat Saka’s Kettle in the Black Spire Marketplace.
Aren’t they AMAZINGLY AWESOME??
Do you go for Blue or Green Milk ?
Head deep into Black Spire, where the Milk Stand stands in the shadow of the First Order Encampment to try some blue “Bantha” Milk. This is a plant based milk beverage with citrus flavors to create a totally unique but refreshing flavor. Milk from Thala Sirens is also sold here and is plant based as well and is “blue” milk. The Blue milk is meant to be a mix of Dragon Fruit, Pineapple, Lime and Watermelon, and the Green milk is Mandarin Orange, Passion Fruit, Grapefruit, and Orange Blossom flavors. These drinks are frozen and non-dairy. Reports say they are very sweet and some people love it and others not so much… so you’ll have to decide for yourself and make your own verdict! Certainly sipping this milk in Galaxy’s Edge will be a fabulous photo opp and instagram worthy!
Whether in Docking Bay 7, or at Ronto Roasters, there are plenty of Non Alcoholic Specialty Beverages. Many of these are Arnold Palmers with a twist, such as melon and blueberry, or desert pear. The specialty concoctions are very enjoyable and much less expensive than the drinks in Oga’s Cantina.
What to Skip in Galaxy’s Edge Dining
The $75 Beer Flight. There are four draft beers inspired by Star Wars which you can have individually or as a flight serve on a board in Rancor teeth. This beer sampling is the most expensive thing you can order in Oga’s Cantina, and you should probably just pick one beer you are most likely to enjoy.
The drinks at Oga’s Cantina sure do look delicious and fun don’t they??? When I visit I’ll definitely be splurging!!!!
Although the Yub Nub, a man tai, comes with a pretty cool souvenir cup of Endor, it is not worth the $42 it costs to purchase it. The Cliff Dweller, a non alcoholic mocktail in a Porg cup is $34 and should also be avoided.
While in the Cantina you can also skip the cantina mix which costs extra to have at your table.
Ronto Roasters has sweet and spicy turkey jerky that you can miss as well.
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