Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge - What I Ate on Opening Day

Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

The food and drinks at Galaxy's Edge are really different from anything else you would find at Disneyland. The options are not complicated but still unique and savory and fit exceptionally well into the aesthetic of Batuu. You can tell a lot of thought was put into the new concoctions and flavors for a land dedicated to Star Wars! There is still so much I need to try but I wanted to review the few things my husband, Jason, and I tasted while we were there on opening day.


Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

The very first thing I did while visiting Galaxy's Edge is try the Blue Milk. I was so curious about it and heard from my sister that it was amazing. The Milk Stand can be found at Black Spire Outpost across from the First Order Cargo shop. It's a quaint stand with blue and green jars of milk hanging from the ceiling and like the rest of the park, there's a lot to observe and take in.

Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

These frozen beverages are made of a plant-based blend of coconut and rice milk. The consistency is similar to an Icee but more smooth and it's an overall refreshing treat! It may be called "milk" but it's not like milk at all. The Blue Milk has a tropical/berry taste to it with Dragon Fruit, Pineapple, Lime and Watermelon flavoring. Both of us preferred this one over the Green Milk as it was much more flavorful. In fact, Jason said he could barely taste the Green Milk at all. The Green Milk has more of a citrus/melon taste as it's made with Mandarin Orange, Passion Fruit, Grapefruit and Orange Blossom flavoring. Each drink is $7.99 (the Annual Passholder discount is not accepted at this stand). I can't wait to get the Blue Milk again!


Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

In the center of the Market is a gigantic Pod Racer engine that's being made to look like it's heating up the meat for Ronto Roasters. Here they serve unique Entrées (including some breakfast options) as well as specialty beverages.

We opted to try the Ronto Wrap for $12.99 (or $11.04 with the Annual Passholder discount). Inside the extremely soft Pita bread is a Grilled Pork Sausage topped with Roasted Pork, tangy Slaw and Peppercon Sauce. It was absolutely delicious and quite a filling option but not an entire meal in and of itself. For me personally this was all I needed for dinner but if you're like Jason (he's always hungry) you might need a little something more. I definitely see myself ordering this many more times in the future!


Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

Galaxy's Edge: My Experience on Opening Day | Anakin and His Angel

Although I am not a soda drinker, I couldn't pass up on adding the adorable grenade-inspired Coke bottle to my collection. It's such a great item and I love that the logo is written in Aurabesh! I purchased it at the Market from Kat Saka's Kettle for $4.99. I've been told that the price has recently gone up to $5.50 however the online menu still advertises the original price. My plan is to empty the bottle and fill it with red sand to keep it weighed down when I put it up for display.

While in line I noticed that they had the Outpost Popcorn Mix I had wanted to try for $6.49 so I ordered that as well. They also had a small Mouse Droid Popcorn Bucket for about $19.99. It rolls around and can connect easily to other Mouse Droids. Too fun! As for the Popcorn, I really enjoyed it and ate the entire bag. It's no where near the size that you would expect to get on Main Street but I'm ok with smaller portions. The Popcorn itself is advertised as "sweet and spicy". I found the sweet bites to be quite yummy, kind of like candied popcorn. Yum! The spice wasn't spicy at all but just gave the tasty snack a little kick. I'm not a fan of spicy foods at all so if you're worried about this I would say you should just try it! Keep in mind, the Annual Passholder discount isn't accepted here.

Which of these foods would you like to try? Did you go to Galaxy's Edge and have something I didn't mention in this post? Let me know in a comment below and be sure to stay tuned for more coverage from Batuu!

6 comments on "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge - What I Ate on Opening Day"
  1. So glad you had the Wrap! I want to try the Felucian hummus dish (just because they're making it from Felucia [although I was expecting for them to go with an Asian cuisine like spring rolls or Phò for a Felucian dish and not Mediterranean])

    Not a big fan of milk, regardless of the source, but I think I'll have fun with the coke grenades.

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    1. Yes, it was so good!

      The Hummus sounds amazing and of course I love the name. I'm trying to decide what I should try on my next trip, there's a lot of choices!

      I actually hate milk myself but I was aware what the Blue and Green milk were made of so I was ok with it. Haha!

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  2. I'm so excited for all of this (planning a trip to Disney world in January). No one else in my family is excited for the blue milk, but how can you pass it up?!? Lol

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    1. Oh, I'm so excited for you! I'm sure you'll love Galaxy's Edge. Blue Milk is such a staple drink in Star Wars so I definitely agree. You have to try it!

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  3. Excellent review.. I’m going to steal your red sand in the coke detonator bottle idea.. ha ha. I’m gona have to try that pork sausage dish as well.

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    1. Thanks so much! Yeah, I'm going to try out that sand idea pretty soon and I may just share a photo on social media how it turns out!

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