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'Galaxy's Edge' restaurants inject more flavor into Disneyland

Posted: 6:02 PM, May 29, 2019
Updated: 2019-05-31 16:48:15-04
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(KGTV) — The restaurants of "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge" take Disneyland guests far past the exotic tastes of planet Batuu and immerse them into another world of flavors.

Locations such as Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo and Oga's Catina inject just as much story as they do flavor into the experience.

Docked high above Docking Bay 7 sits a ship familiar to Disneyland fans from the park's "Star Tours" attraction. Chef Strono "Cookie" Tuggs has brought along a fresh supplies of ingredients from far away lands for his dishes.

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In Oga's Cantina, droid R-3X has turned from Starspeeder 3000 pilot to DJ and now turns tunes for weary travelers. Behind the bar, an exotic assortment of decorations, tanks filled with critters, and an abundance of unknown liquids. The setting truly invites fans to create their own moments with locals.

In Ronto Roasters, while guests chow down on delicious wraps and blue milk, a decomissioned podracing engine grills "rontos," large beasts native to Tatooine. A smelting droid who once lived in Jabba's Palace has found a new home grilling the slabs of meat to perfection.

Even the Milk Stand has a unique look and feel, with glasses of the milk suspended above customers.