top of page
Image by Sumit Chinchane


Where to Eat in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

As a never before seen planet, Batuu is one of the most long-awaited lands in a very long time. We can tell you that Disney did not disappoint on this one. The food in Black Spire Outpost is more than unique; it is out of this world. From the food, to the plates and silverware, Galaxy's Edge is like nothing we have seen before in the Disney Parks.

This blog post is going to be all about where to eat. There are multiple quick service restaurants in Galaxy's Edge and even more delicious food options to choose from. Here are our favorites from each of the restaurants in Black Spire Outpost. (We will be leaving The Cantina out of this post because it truly deserves its own post.)

At Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, hungry travelers can fuel up on galactic grub such as smoked Kaadu ribs, Fried Endorian Tip-yip and Batuu-bon for dessert. We really enjoyed the Kaadu ribs and the Taste of Takodana.

Photo via David Roark/Disney Parks

This is the Smoked Kaadu Ribs, featuring a smoked country sticky pork rib with a blueberry corn muffin and cabbage slaw.The ribs fell off the bone and the blueberry corn muffin was delicious!

Photo via David Roark/Disney Parks

This is the Braised Shaak Roas which is a beef pot roast with cavatelli pasta, kale and mushrooms. Even though I am not a huge fan of kale, this was delicious! The pasta and sauce was amazing.

Once you’ve got your grub, sit inside the spacious hangar, or grab a table in the rustic outdoor seating area surrounded by the crumbling walls of the old marketplace. One of our favorite parts of this restaurant was the very unique silverware that was given with our meal. The silver spork is a perfect touch and shows how detailed Disney can get. Docking Bay 7 is open for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner, and offers Mobile Ordering from 8 AM - 10 PM.

Next is the Milk Stand found in the Black Spire Outpost market inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Quench your thirst with a cup of Batuu’s legendary blue or green treat, served frozen. We were very skeptical of this odd colored "milk", but were pleasantly surprised by the flavor and texture. The most important thing to know is that neither of these drinks is technically milk. Both are beverages with a rice and coconut base rather than coming from any form of actual dairy. The drinks also are not quite the same consistency as milk. Both are closer to a milkshake than milk, or, since both have strong fruit flavors, maybe calling them a smoothie is more accurate.

Photo via David Roark/Disney Parks

Starting with the iconic blue milk made famous in Star Wars: A New Hope, this icy cold beverage is going to hit all your buttons, especially if you're a fan of tropical fruits. It's got flavors of pineapple and dragonfruit, but also watermelon. If you're looking for something cold and refreshing to drink on a hot day in Southern CA and there will be a lot of those this summer, or on Batuu, the blue milk is probably going to be much more your speed. I personally think the Blue Milk tastes like Skittles!

Green milk is also very much a fruit smoothie, though the fruits here are quite different. The green option is very heavy in the citrus flavors -- think oranges and grapefruits above all. There's a bit of tropical fruit here as well as I think there's passion fruit also included.

The Milk Stand is open from 8 AM - 12 AM and offers Mobile Ordering on the Disneyland app.

I saved the best for last. It is my personal opinion, but Ronto Roasters was my favorite stop of the day. From Ronto Roasters, we ordered the famous Ronto Wrap, Nuna Turkey Jerky – Sweet, and the Meiloorun Juice. In the center of the room, spot the hanging podracer engine heating up a spit of meats. A pitmaster droid turns the mechanical spit, grilling a large side of ronto—a massive beast native to the planet Tatooine.

Photo via David Roark/Disney Parks

The Ronto Wrap was one of my favorite food items in Galaxy's Edge and I can't wait to go back just to eat it! It has created a name for itself all over Batuu since Opening Day! It was as delicious as I hoped it would be. Roasted Pork, Grilled Pork Sausage, Peppercorn Sauce, tangy Slaw, wrapped in Pita. This is a must try item on your trip.

We also ordered the Nuna Turkey Jerky - Sweet. It was really good. I love a tough jerky, so this was delicious to me. What a fun new snack you won't find anywhere else in the park.

I really enjoyed the Meiloorun Juice. This non-alcoholic juice has Barrilitos® Aguas Frescas Pineapple, Simply Lemonade® with Blueberry, White Cranberry Juice, Lemon Juice, and Desert Pear flavors. It was very sweet, but also very refreshing! I could go for one of these and a Ronto Wrap every visit!

Ronto Roasters is open for Breakfast Lunch and Dinner and is also available for Mobile Ordering from 8 AM - 12 AM.

Here are some of our favorite pictures from our trip on Opening Day. If you are interested in visiting Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at the Disneyland Resort, or another vacation destination, please reach out for a free vacation quote.

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens May 31 at the Disneyland Resort and August 29 at the Walt Disney World Resort. Meal periods and menu items may vary from coast to coast.

At the Disneyland Resort, reservations will be required to enter the land until June 24, at which time reservations will no longer be required. In addition, at the Disneyland Resort, mobile ordering will be available through the Disneyland app for Ronto Rosters, Milk Stand and Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo (menu items are subject to availability).

bottom of page