REVIEW: Two New Dishes Join the Docking Bay 7 Menu at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Brit Tuttle

Two dishes on a wooden table: one plate has tacos with colorful toppings, and the other plate has a dessert with various vibrant elements and a decorative coin on top.

REVIEW: Two New Dishes Join the Docking Bay 7 Menu at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Following the announcement on the Disney Eats Instagram account last week, two new dishes have joined the menu at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. We visited the park this week to review both.

New Dishes at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo

Two dishes on a wooden table: one plate has tacos with colorful toppings, and the other plate has a dessert with various vibrant elements and a decorative coin on top.

The new offerings are the Felucian Falafel and Hummus Garden Spread, and the Black Spire Mousse.

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Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo is located in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, found situated between Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities and Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run.

Felucian Falafel and Hummus Garden Spread – $13.29

Chickpea falafel, roasted beet hummus, and beet-tomato-cucumber relish topped with garlic toum sauce and served with grilled pita

A black skillet on a wooden table contains three pieces of pita bread, falafel with purple sauce, and diced vegetables.

This plant-based dish replaces the former Felucian Kefta and Hummus Garden Spread on the menu. To our surprise, we really enjoyed this! We’re not normally fans of beet, but the roasted beet hummus was delicious.

A close-up of a fork holding a partially-eaten falafel with a bit of sauce on it, set against an out-of-focus background, as if awaiting the final verdict in an enthusiastic food review.

The falafel is slightly dry, but the hummus helps with this. We ate the beet-tomato-cucumber relish on the grilled pita, and thought both were good, with the pita especially sturdy enough to hold up plenty of hummus and relish.

Oval black dish with pita bread, falafel balls topped with purple sauce, and vibrant pink hummus on a wooden table.

The variety of accompaniments is nice and allows for different flavor combinations that all blend well. We think this is a great option for those seeking out plant-based dishes.

Rating out of 7: 5

Black Spire Mousse – $6.79

White chocolate Jogan fruit mousse atop a brownie pistachio brittle served with Blue Milk sauce, pineapple cream, and hibiscus sponge topped with a chocolate Black Spire coin

Dessert on a black and white marbled plate, featuring a purple and yellow mousse topping, edible decorations, and a chocolate piece with a design, placed on a wooden table.

A lot is going on with this dessert. The mousse itself has a super strong flavor, though we couldn’t quite pinpoint what it is in reality, as Jogan fruit is a “Star Wars” creation. We also think the price point isn’t bad and this could be a good dessert to share.

Colorful dessert featuring a purple, pink, and yellow mousse and sponge on a chocolate base, with a chocolate medallion on top, served on a black plate with blue sauce.

All that being said, we really wanted to like this dish overall and thought it was visually beautiful. The brownie pistachio brittle was not brittle at all; we would simply call it a pistachio brownie.

A slice of dessert with purple, yellow, and brown elements on a speckled grey plate sits beside a round, gold-colored decorative piece with a design, making for an exquisite presentation worthy of rave reviews.

The mousse, however, did not land for us. It has an overpowering floral taste that we did not enjoy. We would rather that Docking Bay 7 sell the brownie standalone. The many components of this dessert just do not mesh well.

If you are unlike us and love floral desserts, you might enjoy this one.

Rating out of 7: 3

Have you tried either of these new dishes yet, or do you plan to? Let us know in the comments and on social media.

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