REVIEW: Every Lunch and Dinner Item at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge
Greetings from Batuu! We’re digging into lunchtime and dinner offerings at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland. From Felucian Garden Spread to Smoked Kaadu Ribs, there’s plenty to experience for lunch. While most of the menu remains from lunch, there are two specialty items for dinner: Braised Shaak Roast and Ithorian Garden Loaf. And don’t forget to save some time by using Mobile Ordering!
There’s plenty of outdoor seating to enjoy your meals out in the fine California––I mean Batuuian––weather.
Needless to say, the entire area is just as insanely themed as the rest of the land.
Once inside, there are props and Star Wars references tucked away in every corner. We hash out
The menu is displayed on a series of screens by the ordering bay.
You can also browse printed menus, if you need more time to decide:
Oh, and by the way, you get to eat everything with these amazingly themed sporks. It’s both a blessing and a curse, but at least you look cool while chowing down.
This dish includes falafel-like, plant-based meatballs that are absolutely delicious. If you didn’t know these were plant-based, you’d be surprised to find out these aren’t made of meat. The Felucian Garden Spread is only available during lunch hours.
The Kaadu ribs are tender and topped with some great seasoning. The blueberry cornbread meshed well with the rest of the flavors in the dish, while the coleslaw gave the dish quite the kick. This was the first dish we encountered that was hard to eat with spork, but it was far from the last. A knife would be really essential here.
This Vietnamese-inspired dish includes plenty of well-cooked shrimp. All the flavors really came from the herbs in the dish. Another dish that’s hard to eat because the noodles don’t tend to behave with the spork very well.
The Shaak Roast kind of reminds me of the pot roast from Liberty Tree Tavern over at the Magic Kingdom. It’s really sizeable and tender, and surprisingly moist. The pasta and greens were also cooked perfectly and made the perfect accompaniment.
Yobshrimp Noodle Salad (Chilled Shrimp, Noodles, Vegetables, and Sweet Orange Dressing served with choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small Dasani® Water) – $10.99
The kids menu version of the dish differs from adults in that it has a sweeter taste with less herb-based dressing on top. Still comes with plenty of shrimp!
A Taste of Takodana (Black Bean Hummus, Edible Soil with Nuts, Chilled Dipping Vegetables, Multigrain Crisps served with choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small Dasani® Water) – $8.49
Great presentation here for an otherwise basic hummus and veggie dish. If your kid likes hummus, they will enjoy this dish. Here you have the added bonus of no spork being needed to eat, which is good for toddlers who wouldn’t be able to maneuver the spork.
Fried Endorian Tip-Yip (Crispy Chicken, Macaroni and Cheese and Seasonal Vegetables served with choice of Small Lowfat Milk or Small Dasani® Water) – $9.99
The chicken used here is the same as the one used in the main menu, but here it’s paired with a flavorful mac and cheese.
Oi-oi Puff (Raspberry Cream Puff, Passion Fruit Mousse) – $6.49
The tanginess in the fruits here gives the pastry a bright, clean flavor that’s simply phenomenal. Definitely get this.
Batuu-bon (Chocolate Cake, White Chocolate Mousse, Coffee Custard) – $6.99
Another solid dessert. This one’s for people looking for a chocolate-forward dessert.
Moof Juice (Simply Fruit Punch and Simply Orange with Chipotle-Pineapple) – $5.49
While the peach hue may look pretty, Moof Juice is rather bland and forgettable. Skip this.