Looking for some good eats at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo to refuel your X-wing, er, stomach? Below we’ll dish on the latest dishes to arrive at the perfectly themed restaurant in Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
For most, Galaxy’s Edge is about stepping into a universe we’ve welcomed into our living rooms for four decades, but for foodies like myself, it was immediately an opportunity to try frozen Blue Milk. (You can even get spiked Blue Milk, called Blue Milk Cooler, with Bacardi Rum, if you’re feeling Han Solo-level adventurous.)
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But the food offered in the Galaxy’s Edge themed land in Hollywood Studios goes lightyears beyond just Blue Milk. Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo is the place to eat when exploring this area. And they’ve just expanded the menu with four new Batuuan dishes and one dessert.
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Whether you’re a native Batuuan or just visiting, sink your teeth into one of these new dishes at Docking Bay 7.
Batuuan Beef & Crispy Topato Stir Fry
When you’ve got the appetite of a Wookie, you’re going to want to fill up with this smoky braised beef, which Disney chefs perfectly glaze in tamarind sauce (made from a fruit pod of native Asian and African trees; it’s got a sweet yet sour flavor). Docking Bay plates this beef among stir-fried veggies, pickled onions, crispy herb yucca, and cilantro.
Roasted Endorian Chicken Salad
Is it a hot day on the forest moon of Endor? A light chicken salad may hit the spot. Docking Bay completes this meal with mixed greens, marinated chicken, cucumber, tomato, shaved onion, grapes, and radish, topped with a lemon-pomegranate vinaigrette and a drizzle of spiced yogurt.
Pirjanad Hot Chicken Tip Yip
Don’t tell the Ewoks that someone’s been poaching their tip yips. This filling meal features delightfully crispy chicken (tip yip), coated in a spicy chipotle sauce. The tip yip rests on a bed of white rice and is accompanied by shishito peppers, sweet corn, plantains, jicama, and cilantro.
Peka Tuna Poke
Pescatarians, don’t sweat it. Docking Bay has cooked up this delicious dish with raw tuna, enhanced with a spicy Sriracha dressing and featuring a green papaya salad with crispy garlic, fresh herbs, and pickled mushrooms.
And for dessert, try the Outpost Puff, which features the famous green milk! This chocolate pastry is stuffed with guajillo chocolate mousse and the green milk (as a sauce). It’s also bursting with spiced pineapple, Thai tea panna cotta, and confectionary debris.
Have you tried one of these new dishes at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo? Tell us your favorite with a comment on our Facebook page!