Looking for some exotic eats, but not looking forward to waiting lightyears for your meal? Have no fear, Mobile Ordering is here! Or rather, it will be available at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge when it opens. According to the OC Register, Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo, Ronto Roasters, and the Milk Stand will offer mobile ordering via the Disneyland app when Galaxy’s Edge opens on May 31st.
While mobile ordering will be restricted to those within the land itself, considering how many people will be in there at any time, it’s sure to be a godsend. GPS technology built into the Disneyland app will only allow visitors inside the new Star Wars land to place a mobile order at the three Galaxy’s Edge eateries.
Curious as to what you can order? The full menus for Docking Bay 7, Ronto Roasters, and the Milk Stand should be available on the Disneyland mobile app as we near the land opening, but here’s a refresher on what we know will be available:
At Ronto Roasters, a large podracing engine will be firing up a barbecue pit for mouth-watering sandwiches. When customers line up to order (or pick up their mobile order), they will encounter a former smelter droid, carefully turning the spit of meats (and complaining about his job). Items include the Meiloorun Juice, the Turkey Jerky, and the Ronto Wrap filled with spiced grilled sausage and roasted pork. Guests will also be able to choose from a variety of exotic non-alcoholic drinks, like the Sour Sarlacc or Tatooine Sunset.
Docking Bay 7
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo is a multi-purpose transport shuttle docked atop a large hangar for traveling food shuttles. That’s where Chef Strono “Cookie” Tuggs has converted his modified Sienar-Chall Utilipede-Transport into a popular mobile kitchen and restaurant. His travels across the galaxy allow him to fill his pantry with exotic ingredients, and he’s proud to present Tuggs’ Grub, a “traveling diner for diners traveling,” inspired by dishes he created during his time working for Maz Kanata on Takodana.
Non-alcoholic beverages include the Phattro and Moof Juice, while entrées include the Braised Shaak Roast, featuring beef pot roast with cavatelli pasta, kale, and mushrooms; the Fried Endorian Tip-Yip, a decadent chicken dish with roasted vegetable mash and herb gravy; the Felucian Garden Spread, a plant-based kefta “meatball” dish with herb hummus and tomato-cucumber relish with pita bread; the Ithorian Garden Loaf, a plant-based “meatloaf” dish served with roasted vegetable mash, seasonal vegetables, and mushroom sauce; the Smoked Kaadu Ribs, featuring smoked country sticky pork ribs with blueberry corn muffin and cabbage slaw; the Oven-roasted Burra Fish, featuring Dijon-crusted sustainable fish with mixed greens, roasted vegetables, quinoa, and pumpkin seeds with a creamy green curry ranch dressing; the Oven-roasted Tip Yip, featuring roasted chicken with mixed greens, roasted vegetables, quinoa, and pumpkin seeds with a creamy green curry ranch dressing; and the Yobshrimp Noodle Salad, a marinated noodle salad with chilled shrimp. Dessert options include a raspberry crème puff with passion fruit mousse, and chocolate cake with white chocolate mouse and coffee custard.
Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo has two children’s menu options: fried chicken with macaroni and cheese; and chilled shrimp with vegetables and rice noodle salad (with sweet orange dressing).
Milk Stand will offer two local favorites: blue milk, first seen in Star Wars: A New Hope, and green milk (plant-based), introduced in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Mobile Ordering will not be available at Kat Saka’s Kettle, the popcorn and themed Coke refreshments stand, or Oga’s Cantina, where guests will only have a 60-minute window to enjoy the cantina once they are inside, and seating will be limited to just barstools and a handful of booths. Alcoholic beverages will not be permitted outside of Oga’s Cantina, at least at the Disneyland Park location.
With the exception of alcohol restrictions, Mobile Ordering should be about the same at Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.