Popular Foods At Disney World's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Park Ranked

If you're planning a trip to Disney World anytime soon, we assume you're like us and can't wait to experience the wonder that is Galaxy's Edge, the incredible Star Wars-themed park inside of Hollywood Studios. The Imagineers at Disney have created Batuu, a desert planet that gives off strong Tatooine vibes and is packed with stormtroopers, a full-sized Millennium Falcon, and two rides that Star Wars fans can't get enough of. They've also created a few dining options based on the movies to satisfy intergalactic travelers and humble tourists alike.

There are a couple of very quick food options, including Kat Saka's Kettle Corn stand, the Milk Stand where you can sample the infamous blue and green milk, and Ronto Roasters for some off-planet meat treats. Those who want to sit and enjoy their food between smuggling runs can kick back in Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo for a more thorough meal. And when you're ready to stir up a little trouble, Oga's Cantina is hopping and ready to ease your cosmic struggles with some out-of-this-world cocktails. 

These venues are just a small fraction of all of the dining options available in Hollywood Studios, but they're tailored to complement the Star Wars experience. It might take several trips to the park, or one very dedicated day concentrated on Batuu to taste it all, but here we've ranked each location to help you choose which option is right for your trip. Choose wisely, and may the force be with you.

6. Blue and Green Milk

There's a lot of hype around Blue and Green Milk. After Luke Skywalker is seen drinking the colorful alien milk in "The Last Jedi", many fans couldn't wait to get their hands on the strange drink. But without any precedent, we had no idea what it was actually going to taste like and were a little unprepared for the experience. More specifically, we were really thrown off by the texture of the drinks. According to the menu, the beverages are made from a blend of rice and coconut milk, which explains why the texture is markedly different than traditional animal-based milk, namely that it's more light on the palate. The blue milk is flavored with "alluring fruity characteristics," while the green milk is flavored with "zippy citrus and tropical characteristics". 

In the heat of the summer, we appreciate that this milk is lighter and a little fruity, but when it boils down to it — it's gross.

In an effort to try to make this drink something that we liked, we also ordered both flavors with the addition of alcohol. The blue milk is served with rum and the green milk is mixed with tequila. The addition of alcohol certainly helped us enjoy the cooler a little more than the plain milk, and the boozy blue milk came out on top of the two flavors. But in the end, we still thought they were the most unappetizing thing in Galaxy's Edge and probably won't order them again.

5. Kat Saka's Kettle Corn

The popcorn at Disney World is kind of a thing. You're either into it or you aren't, but it's served up salty and buttery almost everywhere you turn. It comes in bags, small buckets, and fancy-shaped buckets. So it's no surprise that there would be a stand-in Galaxy's Edge also selling popcorn (but technically kettle corn). What could be better to munch on between meals while you're standing in line for 70 minutes to get on the Millennium Falcon Smuggler's Run ride?

But the kettle corn at Kat Saka's Kettle isn't your run-of-the-mill park popcorn. Instead, it's brightly colored and bizarrely flavored. The most popular flavor is the "Outpost Mix", which incorporates both sweet and spicy flavors, which has proven to be a divisive offering among popcorn lovers. The sweet popcorn has the flavor profile of a fruity cereal like Froot Loops or Fruity Pebbles, while the spicy popcorn is spiced with chili powder. It's fun to look at, but less fun to eat. 

A Buttered Blue Grains flavor is also available for those who want traditional popcorn, with a little off-planet color. But we'd recommend hitting up one of the popcorn stands in the central area of Hollywood Studios that sells the Millennium Falcon popcorn bucket for the ultimate Star Wars popcorn treat. In addition to popcorn, Kat Saka's Kettle also sells sodas in the highly publicized thermal detonator bottled orb. It's just regular soda, but it's certainly a fun way to enjoy it.

4. Oga's Cantina Snacks

We divided the offerings from Oga's Cantina into two categories: snacks and drinks. That's because we think there's a big enough divide in the value of each to warrant ranking them separately. Oga's Cantina offers only two food choices: the Batuu Bits and the Happabore Sampler. They aren't the most filling snacks in Galaxy's Edge, but they're pretty interesting. The Batuu Bits is listed on the menu as "Crispy Galaxy Snack Bits with Spiced Chermoula Dip" which is a little vague. According to Eater, the snack bits are mostly comprised of dehydrated veggie chips and meringue, which offer a nice crunch while you enjoy your drink. The Happabore Sampler includes pickled vegetables, burrata and mozzarella cheeses, pork rinds and rustic chips, and a selection of meats that include mortadella, chorizo, and Spam (via WDW News Today). There's also a smattering of black bean hummus dip on the plate for dipping.

Both of these snacks are fine and definitely add to the other-worldly ambiance of the cantina while staving off hunger. Our biggest issue isn't even with the snacks. The issue is that, since the Galaxy's Edge opening until the time of this writing, there's a two-drink (or item) limit in the cantina. Space is limited and there's a long waitlist to get in. Regardless of how much you order, there's also a frustrating 45-minute cap on your stay. We'd rather order a larger selection of specialty drinks and then head to another place to eat.

3. Ronto Roasters

The most popular offering at Ronto Roasters is hands-down the Ronto Wrap. According to the menu, the wrap is made of "Roasted Pork, Grilled Pork Sausage, Peppercorn Sauce, and Tangy Slaw wrapped in Pita Bread". It's the intergalactic version of street meat, although not quite as cheap. The wrap is substantial enough for lunch, or it also works if you've been snacking throughout the day and don't want to sit down to a full meal. The sausage itself is nicely seasoned and not overwhelmingly spiced, while the slaw on top adds a nice crunchy balance to the whole arrangement. With a slice of roasted pork served underneath the pork sausage, the whole thing is like a somewhat bizarre blend of hot dog, banh mi, and pork gyro. And it's super satisfying.

While the Ronto Wrap is the main attraction at Ronto Roasters, a few other options are available. A plant-based wrap called the Zuchii Wrap is also available and has been met with praise, even from guests who aren't vegetarian. Breakfast versions of both wraps are available for early risers, although the Ronto Wrap is available at all times. 

There's some seating at Ronto Roasters, spaced out around an installation of a jet engine roasting a large hunk of meat over a spit (which we can only imagine is supposed to be an alien Ronto). It's gritty and extraterrestrial — and we love it. Otherwise, it's easy to walk around while you enjoy your wrap on the go.

2. Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo is also a quick-service restaurant but has the offerings of a more substantial restaurant along with the benefit of sitting down indoors (which is oh-so-valuable when running around all day in the Florida heat). We've enjoyed everything we tried from Docking Bay 7, including the Smoked Kaadu Pork Ribs which are "brushed with Tangy BBQ Sauce and served with Blueberry Corn Muffin and Red Cabbage Slaw". The portion size was perfectly filling with just the right hint of scruffy nerf-herder in the presentation. 

For those with a less explorative palate, the Fried Endorian Chicken Tip Yip is basically a large chicken tender cube, served on a bed of mac and cheese with some roasted vegetables on the side. It's not a kid's meal, but it's perfectly comforting. Most items on the Docking Bay 7 menu are only exotic in name, with a few culinary twists to take them slightly out of the ordinary.

Even if you're not in the mood for a full meal, we can't recommend stopping in for dessert highly enough. The "Outpost Puff" blows most of the other park desserts out of the water. Described as "Chocolate Pastry filled with Guajillo Chocolate Mousse finished with Thai Tea Panna Cotta, Spiced Pineapple, and Confectionary Debris" — we just had to have it. The Thai tea panna cotta is worth the price of the entire dessert, but the guajillo chocolate mousse was absolutely perfect in both flavor and texture.

1. Oga's Cantina Drinks

Walking into Oga's Cantina genuinely feels like walking into a bar in a galaxy far, far away. Or at least an incredible movie set of one. The amount of detail and energy in the place has you giddy before you even take your first sip, which is no accident. It's obvious that this venue was designed with the utmost care and is just as coveted of an experience as any of the rides. 

But choose your drink wisely, because you can only have two! One of the most popular choices is the Fuzzy Tauntaun, a fruity drink topped with a unique pepper-based foam that makes your mouth a little numb and tingly as you drink it. Just watching people try it for the first time is as entertaining as drinking it. There's also the Jet Juice, a bourbon-based cocktail that's mixed with acai and grape juice and a hint of ancho chile liqueur for a bit of a kick. We also like the Jedi Mind Trick, in part because of the name, and in part because of the bright blue citrusy juice blend that makes it deceptively easy to swallow.

There are currently eight cocktails on the menu. We recommend trying as many as you reasonably can, which may or may not be possible without multiple reservations or a party of at least four people that you're comfortable sharing with. For those not drinking alcohol, there's also a full menu of non-alcoholic options to imbibe.