Star Wars Themed Names Removed from Docking Bay 7 Menu at Galaxy’s Edge

Some disappointing news, as Star Wars themed names have been removed from the latest menus at Docking Bay 7 at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World.

Disney has changed the names of the menu items at Docking Bay 7 Food & Cargo to remove the Star Wars-themed names in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Previously, names like Smoked Kaadu Ribs and Fried Endorian Tip-Yip graced the menu, adding to the theme of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

All of the main entrees, including kids meals, now have straightforward, non-themed names.

For example, the Shaak Roast is now simply a “Beef Pot Roast” and the Yobshrimp Noodle Salad is now a “Shrimp & Noodle Salad.” As you’ll see, the Felucian Garden Spread is now just the Hummus Garden Spread.

Do note that the original Star Wars themed names are still listed on these, just in very tiny font beneath the new labels, probably to remind those who’ve gotten used to ordering the items by their original names that their favorite dishes are still here.

As with the adult menu, the Fried Endorian Tip-Yip is now listed as Fried Chicken under the Kids’ Meals section. The Taste of Takodana is now labeled “Veggie Dippers”.

The desserts and breakfast menu have retained their original, themed names, but they have simplified them somewhat, with Tugg’s Morning Oats now listed as Tugg’s Overnight Oats, the Bright Suns Morning now listed as the Bright Suns Breakfast Platter, and the Mustafarian Lava Roll now described as the Mustafarian Cinnamon Roll.

Despite menu descriptions and photos, it appears Disney wanted to make ordering easier for guests by removing the themed menu item names. This does come, of course, at the sacrifice of the in-depth immersion that was originally a part of the land’s mission. As of publishing time, the themed menu item names remain listed as-is for Docking Bay 7 at Disneyland’s Galaxy’s Edge.

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