Food Drama in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge!

New Food Introduced at Disneyland Resort’s Galaxy’s Edge

Back in June we shared 15 Out of this World Food and Drinks Only Found in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, and now there are many NEW FOOD options. October 16th, 2019 marked the first day Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland introduced the items, including vegetarian fare and kid-friendly items. We spent the morning eating ourselves silly trying all the new things!! What did we like best? What should you try? Why did they introduce new things? It’s all right here in the video.

Food we tried:

  • Happabore Sampler at Oga’s Cantina – featuring a selection of cured meats, artisan cheeses, pickled and preserved rations, and crackers. $21.00
  • Ronto-less Garden Wrap at Ronto Roasters – featuring plant-based sausage, spicy kimchi slaw, sweet pickled cucumber, and Gochujang spread all wrapped in pita. $12.99
  • Kyryll Pork Rinds  at Ronto Roasters – cinnamon-sugar served with or without a Mouse Droid souvenir vessel. $7.49
  • Garden Patty Bun at Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo – kid’s meal featuring a bao bun, roasted carrots, house sauce, and a mandarin orange. $9.99
  • Chocolate Popcorn at Kat Saka’s Kettle – with Crait Red Salt! $6.49

Thanks to Disney Parks Blog for the heads up on these new food items. MORE videos every Wednesday. Please Subscribe to our YouTube Channel and be notified when they appear.

Star Wars-Themed Names Removed from the Menu at Disney’s Hollywood Studios’ Galaxy’s Edge

On October 17th, it was as if a million voices cried out at once, but were suddenly silenced. All Star Wars-themed names of menu items at Docking Bay 7 have been removed. The immersion of a galaxy far, far away is a bit less on the East Coast now. “Fried Tip-Yip” is now “Fried Chicken”. “Kaduu Ribs” is now “Smoked Pork Ribs”. Other names have reverted to their earthly kin, and Star Wars fans are upset.

New names:

Old names:

This brings up the question – why have the names been changed on East Coast menus, but not West Coast? I suspect it has something to do with the sheer numbers of international guests Walt Disney World experiences, and the confusion the Star Wars names caused.

What do you think of this change? Do you think it will affect your experience traveling to Galaxy’s Edge? Let us know in the comments. For more family travel news, reviews, and trip reports, be sure to follow Adventures by Daddy on instagramtwitter and “like” our facebook page too.

About Richard & Sarah Woloski

Richard and Sarah Woloski are the co-hosts and creators of the Disney / Star Wars Podcast Skywalking Through Neverland. The husband and wife team strives to create a polished, positive and fun weekly show celebrating fandom. They also love writing for Adventures By Daddy. Find them @SkywalkingPod