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    Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

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Disneyland in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

Summary

To find Batuu’s biggest restaurant, look for Cookie’s Sienar-Chall Utilipede-Transport ship parked on the roof. Place your order at the cashier station (or in the mobile app), pick up your food from one of the windows in the rear, and eat it on the patio or inside an abandoned cargo crate, each with its own theme; look for the seafood vendor’s stall and a tiny carbonite freezing chamber.

All of the food here is named after unpronounceable otherworldly species, but rest assured that it’s really made of earthbound ingredients, many of which are sustainably sourced. The food here is a cut above typical theme park fare, and approaches the resort’s sit-down restaurants in quality and price; the braised pot roast with cavatelli and kale is white tablecloth worthy. No alcohol is served here, but you can sip a Phattro (iced tea and lemonade) or Moof Juice (fruit punch).

Setting and Atmosphere

Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs (a blink-and-youmissed- him background character from Episode VII) has moved his “Tugg’s Grub” mobile kitchen to Black Spire’s ramshackle shipping station, converting a cluttered cargo depot into a futuristic food hall inspired by Japan’s legendary Tsukiji fish market.

House Specialties

Meat, seafood, and vegan entrees featuring Mediterranean and Asian flavors with a sci-fi flair. Non-alcoholic drinks and desserts.

Other Recommendations

Our favorites are the smoked Kaadu Ribs (named after the creature Jar Jar rode in Episode I), which are cut vertically to give them an alien appearance and served with homey corn muffins, and the fork-tender Shaak roast, served only at dinner. Endorian Tip-Yip (actually chicken) is served roasted on a quinoa-curry salad, or compressed into cubes and deep-fried with herbaceous gravy. Vegans will rejoice at meatless menu items featuring Impossible Foods; the garden loaf will even win over hardened carnivores.

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