REVIEW: Breakfast at Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Bright suns from Batuu! Now open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The sun is shining, the bloggers and Passholders are out en masse, and Black Spire Outpost East looks like a toasty, vibrant version of its West Coast component. While the menus here remain mostly the same as at Disneyland, we’ve noticed a few small differences that albeit minor, tweak the experience as a whole, and we’re starting out with food. We’ve already covered breakfast at Ronto Roasters, now let’s head on over to Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo.
From Rising Moons Overnight Oats to Moof Juice, we have a tour of everything you can start your day with. Here’s a word of wisdom: if the line’s looking long, the Rising Moons Overnight Oats are also available for breakfast at Oga’s Cantina and Ronto Roasters, while the Mustafarian Lava Roll is also available at Oga’s Cantina. And don’t forget that you can always save time by using Mobile Ordering!
Over at Docking Bay, things are also mostly the same, with a variety of fun seating sections to choose from.
Here’s a look at the allergy-friendly menu from preview days at Disneyland’s Galaxy’s Edge.
We regret to inform that the ill-fated space sporks of Galaxy’s Edge lore have yet to make an appearance at this location, which is starting off with plain silverware. It’s worth noting that the dishes at Disneyland were also served in these fun, faux cast-iron pots.
The Mustafarian Lava Roll is a smaller version of the one found over at Oga’s Cantina. It is basically an Oreo-topped cinnamon roll merged into croissant form! Just as good here. The three-cheese egg bite is light and flavorful, albeit a little on the salty side. The Grilled Pork Sausage is the same one used on the Ronto Wrap at Ronto Roasters. The sausage is really great, with a good snap in every bite. As for the purple potato hash, we found it to be quite enjoyable. The pearl onions, red peppers, mushrooms, and purple potatoes work well together and offer a nicely seasoned side item. Add this dish to the win pile.
Mustafarian Lava Roll (Sweet Galactic Delight) – $5.99
If you’ve tuned in to any Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge reviews from us, you’ve probably heard me gush about these lava rolls. They’re sweet, but not cloying, and the flakey roll mixed with the cookie crumbles and tart raspberry glaze makes for the ultimate breakfast experience. Blame it on the Florida swamp water, though, because these just don’t taste the same.
Again, this is the same Mustafarian Lava Roll as the one from Oga’s Cantina. This one is also larger than the ones that accompany the breakfast entrees. A great option if you want a lighter start to your day with just a pastry.
Bright Suns Youngling Breakfast (Scrambled Eggs, Purple Potatoes, Fresh Fruit, and Your Choice of Small Low-Fat Milk or Small Dasani Water) – $6.99
The Bright Suns Youngling Breakfast is essentially a toned-down version of the Bright Suns Morning. The eggs here are just standard scrambled eggs, so no three-cheese blend. That said, there is still an enjoyable light texture. As for the purple potato hash, the additional vegetables are missing, offering a more straightforward hash for younger eaters. The Mini Mustafarian Lava Roll is the same as the one in the Bright Suns Morning entrée. Overall, the Bright Suns Youngling Breakfast is a solid option for kids.
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.
Sour Sarlacc (Minute Maid® Limeade with Raspberry and Spicy Mango) – $5.49
Here’s the winner of the three. It’s balanced, and tastes like an iced tea (despite not actually having any tea in it.) Definitely get this one if you’re looking for something other than water or a soft drink.
Keep reading WDWNT for more on the food of Batuu! Til the spire!