How is the Food Served: Buffet or Family Style?
Crown of Corellia Dining Room serves buffet-style breakfasts and lunches. Dinners are served family-style on both nights.
Buffet Configuration for Breakfast and Lunch
The dishes for buffets are small and prepared individually, and the trays hold several dishes simultaneously. Rather than putting a variety of dishes on a single plate, you will add several dishes to your tray as you proceed down the buffet line.
Some smaller dishes can even be stacked allowing you to carry a bit more on your tray
You’ll be assigned a server at dinner and served family-style, with dishes of food brought to your table. On both nights, Crown of Corellia hosts galactic superstar Gaya, who entertains guests all you are enjoying your dinner. When performing, she often wanders through the dining room to interact with guests. It’s like an epic dinner show from a galaxy far, far away.
Menus and Meals at the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Hotel
Breakfast at the Disney Star Wars Hotel
The Crown of Corellia Dining Room offers a buffet-style breakfast with both hot and cold options. For those who don’t want to visit the buffet, a “Grab-and-Go” breakfast option is available at the Sublight Lounge. Below is a sample of what you can expect on the Disney Star Wars hotel’s breakfast buffet.
Day 1 Breakfast Menu
The Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Terminal opens at 1:00 PM and passengers may board the ship between 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM. Therefore, there is no breakfast on Day 1.
Day 2 Breakfast Menu
There are plenty of breakfast options are available on Day 2. The Compressed Fruit Plate is a healthy option for those looking to get their day started right.
For those with a sweet tooth, the Pastry Board offers a croissant with fruit jelly on top, a blueberry muffin, and a sweet bun.
Daily Sweetbread Pastries
The Palm Fruit Yogurt with an Acai Sweet Creamfreeze is a refreshing treat. The Green Pearberry Toast is perfect for avocado toast lovers, or enjoy Whipped Eggs served with a spicy white sauce.
The Crispy Tuber Waffle is a delicious breakfast treat, topped with a cheddar egg bite, apple fruit bacon, and an herbed egg-butter sauce.
Crispy Tuber Waffle
For plant-based eaters, the Kale Porridge is a hearty option that comes with “sausage” gravy and “egg” worms.
And, of course, no Star Wars breakfast would be complete without Chandrila Waffles, which is the hotel’s alternative to Mickey Waffles.
So whether you’re looking for a healthy start to your day or a delicious treat, the food at the Disney Star Wars hotel has you covered.
Alternatively, Guests can find a Grab-and-Go breakfast in the Sublight Lounge. Each box comes complete with a few pastries, fruit, and some of the Palm Fruit Yogurt that you might have seen in the buffet. Other hot and cold beverages and condiments are available, so if you’re hoping to visit Batuu on Day 2 of your trip first thing in the morning, this quick breakfast is perfect for grabbing and going. For those with more time, we recommend enjoying the breakfast buffet before you go to Galaxy’s Edge!
*Day 2 breakfast buffet hours are 7 AM-11 AM. Breakfast selections are subject to change.
Day 3 Breakfast Menu
The Day 3 buffet features both returning and new dishes. The Chandrilan Waffle and Crispy Tuber Waffle are back, as well as the Pastry Board, the Compressed Fruit Plate, and the Palm Fruit Yogurt-Acai.
New dishes for the day include the Meteor Egg, a soft-boiled egg covered in sausage, turmeric aioli, and flat cake batter. It’s very reminiscent of a traditional Scotch Egg.
You’ll also find a Breakfast Meat Pie, a breakfast flatbread, and the Spiced Bobotie with Red Fruit Jam, a tasty plant-based option.
*The Day 3 breakfast buffet is available from 7 AM to 10 AM. Breakfast menus are subject to change.
Each day’s breakfast buffet offers orange, apple, grapefruit, and cranberry juices, teas, coffees, sodas, blue and green milk, mocktails, and even alcoholic beverages.
Lunch at the Disney Star Wars Hotel
Day 1 Lunch Menu
On Day 1, arriving guests are served a lunch buffet between 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM.
There’s the Sunflower Butter and Jelly Pod and Bubble Waffle Grilled Cheese are sure to please the kids.
For the adults, the Tikka Tip Yip Chicken with Paneer Cheese flatbread is like an Indian-inspired pizza.
Tikka Tip Yip Chicken with Paneer Cheese
Sorgan’s Stew with crawfish tails, rice, and a yellow seed stick is a hearty choice.
Or go for the Roasted Flora with Tubers and Red Cabbage if you’re looking for a vegetarian option.
Meat lovers will love the Pork and Cheese Takeaway with Black Spice Spread.
Fish fans will enjoy the Nori-Crusted Redfish with Mushrooms and Red Cabbage served on a bed of cilantro rice.
Round out your meal with the Green Leaf Salad or the Fire Melted Cheese Takeaway, which comes with a red fruit soup dipper.
Fire-Melted Cheese Takeaway
The Tip Yip Chicken with Noodle is a tasty choice.
Dipped Tip Yip Chicken with Noodle Cheese
Or go for the Chandrilan Salad, which has mushrooms, kale leaves, olives, squash, and wheatberries.
The lunch buffet on first day at the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser includes an impressive spread of sweet treats.
The Blue Bantha Milk Fruit Whip is a light, refreshing, mousse-like dessert, while the Choco-Whip with a Hibiscus Meringue is a rich and decadent plant-based treat.
The highlight of the dessert buffet is the Amethyst Sweetbread, a delicious purple crinkle cookie that is too pretty to resist.
Whether you’re looking for a healthy option or an indulgent treat, there’s sure to be something to satisfy your sweet tooth at this galactic hotel.
*The Day 1 lunch buffet is served from 1:00 to 4:00 PM.
Day 2 Lunch Menu: Choice of Buffet or Quick Service Restaurant
On the second day of your stay at the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, you’ll have the chance to enjoy the lunch buffet OR dine at a Galaxy’s Edge quick service restaurant.
The buffet features a variety of items, including both old favorites and new dishes. Sunflower Butter and Jelly Pod and Dipped Tip Yip Chicken with Noodle Cheese are both repeat items from the previous day’s menu. The menu also includes several new things. Kaadu Rib Bites come with a sweet-and-sticky glaze, while Tamarind-Glazed Burra Fish is served with curry sauce, long fruit leaves, braised kale, and chickpeas.
For something a little different, try the Bantha Vinegared Herb-Sauce Coti-Cheese, a flatbread topped with beef. If you’re looking for something sweet, the Sweet Tuber with spicy Batuu Curry will hit the spot. It’s reminiscent of a granola bar in squash soup (but quite delicious). Last but not least, don’t forget to try a Blue Focaccia and Sausage Takeaway topped with tomato jam.
For lighter fare, try the Chili-Spiced Cucumbers, Red Fruit Burrata, or the Marinated Seared Tofu with sumac, saffron rice, aïoli, and a flaky flatbread.
For dessert at the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser lunch buffet on Day 2, you could choose from Daily Sweetbread, Salted Caramel-Chocolate Cake, or Cream of Jogan mousse. The sweetbread is soft and tastes like chocolate chip cookies, while the cake is moist and topped with delicious buttercream icing. The mousse is light and airy, with a fruity, divine flavor. No matter what your sweet tooth desires, there’s sure to be a dessert that will tantalize your taste buds!
*Day 2 lunch is served from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Quick Service Option
Your second day onboard includes a visit to Batuu (AKA the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge land at Disney’s Hollywood Studios). When it’s time for lunch you can either head back to the hotel’s lunch buffet or stay in the park and eat there — it’s your choice. If you decide to eat off-ship, you will receive a quick service lunch credit to use at any quick service restaurant in Hollywood Studios.
The Docking Bay 7: Food and Cargo restaurant is our choice of the best place to eat off-ship. It’s is a quick service restaurant in Batuu, and it will keep you fully immersed in the Star Wars story you are living. Not only that, the food is amazing!
You will receive one entrée, one side, and a beverage (including alcohol). To redeem your meal, you will need your Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser databand. The credit can be used at any quick service restaurant in Hollywood Studios, but we highly recommend this one!
*Lunch menus are subject to change.
Dinner at the Disney Star Wars Hotel
Day 1 Dinner Menu
Dinner on the first night of your stay at Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will be an experience to remember! You’ll be treated to a wonderful meal and a great show featuring Gaya, a talented singer, and entertainer.
The dinner is served family-style, so you can request more of your favorite dishes if you’d like. And if you’re lucky enough to be seated at the Captain’s Table, you’ll have even more special perks and privileges.
Dinner on the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser includes the delicious Bento Experience, which features three different spiral pan-seared steamed dumplings.
Your Bento box includes a braised teriyaki beef dumpling, sweet-and-sour chicken dumpling, and a veggie dumpling with potatoes and curry. A Flora Noodle Salad and dipping sauces accompany the dumplings.
For your entrée, you will have a family-style selection of Bantha Beef Tenderloin, Stewed Shrimp, and Tip Yip Chicken, along with a few side items.
The Bantha Beef Tenderloin is a tamarind-glazed beef with crushed moon-rock potatoes. The Stewed Shrimp features lemon grass, lobster cream, and coconut-lime foam. The Tip Yip Chicken is Menkooro Bourbon-glazed chicken with red peppers and sesame seeds. For your sides, you will have a choice of Green Herbed Fluffy Rice with a puffed rice crisp or Surabat Spiced Flora, a vegetable side.
The Younglings Menu offers a variety of appetizers, entrees, sides, and desserts for kids nine and under to choose from. Appetizers include a Flora Greens Salad with baby mozzarella, tomatoes, carrots, and ranch dressing; Flora Rice Paper Rolls; and a fruit cup. For the main course, kids can choose Grilled Tip Yip Chicken Swords served with sweet-and-sour sauce, Fried Tip Yip Chicken Chunks (like chicken nuggets), or Cheese Pizza. Sides include buttered noodles, fruit cup, steamed green beans, steamed carrot spirals, or crispy sliced waffle fries. With so many delicious options available, your little ones will surely find something they’ll love.
Dessert is a yuzu, passionfruit, and jelly-based Jogan Fruit and Caramel Whip, a favorite of many guests.
Jogan Fruit and Caramel Whip
Day 2 Dinner Menu
Dinner on the second night of your stay at the Star Wars hotel is a more elaborate affair than the first night. Singer Gaya and keyboardist Ouannii will perform together for your entertainment, and other performances will be throughout the meal. The tables will be assigned, but you may be able to sit close to the stage if you ask.
The dinner is a multi-course “Taste Around the Galaxy” meal, so you’ll get to try dishes inspired by various worlds in the Star Wars universe. Cast Members will describe each dish, and explain its origin, as the room’s lighting changes to coincide with the food.
Dinner on Day 2 begins with a bread service featuring Mustafarian Spreads and Breads. The bread service includes Pima-Cheese, Dried Redfruit Spread, Apricot Relish, and Roasted Chando Dip.
For the shrimp course, you will enjoy Iced Blue Felucian Shrimp Cocktail, served with Redball Jungle Cocktail Sauce, Pickled Mushrooms, and Ocean Weed.
Iced Blue Felucian Shrimp Cocktail
The main course is Braised Bantha Beef Short Rib, served with a rich fig fruit demi-glace, tuber-turmeric purée, and nightshade flora.
Braised Bantha Beef Short Rib
Alternatively, you can choose the Seared Kashyyyk Whitefish, which comes with green pod purée, jekka seed, cornseed relish, and yellow fruit buttercream.
Seared Kashyyyk Whitefish
If neither of the main dishes sounds appealing, you can always request Tip Yip Chicken or work with your Disney travel agent to come up with a meal plan before you arrive.
The kids’ meal includes Cheeseburger Pods with waffle fries served on the side. (Satu’li Canteen in Disney’s Animal Kingdom also serves this delicious dish, popular among Disney World foodies).
Chandrilan Air Cake is served at Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser on Day 2. The cake is shaped like the Chandrilla logo, and its served with Cream of Jogan Fruit and Terateak Fruit Jelly. It’s a beautiful presentation and a delicious cake.
Chandrilan Air Cake
*Dinner menus are subject to change. Reservations for dinner are at 5:30 PM or 8 PM.
What is the Captain’s Table?
The Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser hotel offers an exclusive Captain’s Table dining experience. For an extra $50 per person, you can sit at a special table during your dinner and enjoy a six-course meal with other Star Wars fanatics. The menu features a First Taste, a Bento Experience, an Intermezzo, Chandrila Chef’s Selections, a Dessert, and a Decadent Finale – all of which are sure to please even the most discerning Star Wars fan. And for those with little ones in tow, don’t worry – a kid’s menu is also available.
The Captain’s Table in the Crown of Corellia Dining Room may be the extra magic you’re looking for. It provides an out-of-this-world dining experience that includes extra food, a closer seat to the stage, and a chance to rub elbows with performers and fellow Star Wars fans. So if you want to experience Disney World like a celebrity, contact The Vacationeer for a Captain’s Table upgrade.
What is the Sublight Lounge?
There is no better place to relax on the Halcyon ship at night than the Sublight Lounge. The trendy lounge is exclusive to guests staying at the Star Wars hotel and offers a variety of intergalactic drinks, like the Hoth Frost, The Pod Chaser, and the Muja Twist.
Expect unusual cocktails onboard
You can also challenge your friends to a game of holo-Sabacc at the Sabacc Table.
Guests can enjoy a variety of small plates at the lounge, including Smoked Redfish Littletubes, Crispy-Dried Breen Beans, Smoked Cheese en Cloche, and Hummus and Quinoa “Meatballs.”
And for those looking for a heartier meal, the Little Flatbread is essentially a pepperoni pizza. No matter what you order, you’re sure to enjoy your time at the Sublight Lounge. Just remember, while the food is included in the cost of your trip, drinks at the Sublight Lounge are an out-of-pocket expense.
The Sunlight Lounge is also open in the morning for those who want to pick up a grab-and-go breakfast.
Are Snacks Available at the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Hotel?
Guests can help themselves at any time to snack mixes, prepackaged sweets, parmesan cheese crisps, and fruit in the hotel lobby atrium.
Snacks might include fresh fruit, popcorn, and other munchables.
A refreshment station provides three types of water — chilled sparkling water, chilled flat/still water, and ambient-temperature flat/still water.
Disposable cups are provided, or you can refill the water carafe from your cabin.
In the Sublight Lounge, guests can eat snacks and small plates, and the Dining Room buffet is open in the morning and afternoon. There’s never a shortage of food at the Disney Star Wars hotel!
What Time Do You Eat at the Disney Star World Hotel?
The Star Wars hotel offers a variety of meals throughout the day. Here are some guidelines:
- A breakfast buffet is available from 7 AM-11 AM on Day 2 and 7 AM – 10 AM on Day 3.
- Lunch is served on Day 1 from 1:00–4:00 PM and Day 2 from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM and is served buffet style like breakfast.
- Like on a cruise, the Halcyon offers two dinner seatings — the first at 5:30 PM and the other at 8:00 PM. Guests can submit their preference upon booking, but it is subject to availability.
- The Sublight Lounge is open from 7 AM until midnight on Day 1 and from 7 AM until 1 AM on Day 2.
- Light snacks and fruit are always available in the lobby.
Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or a sit-down meal, the Disney Star Wars hotel has something for everyone.
Can Disney’s Star Wars Hotel Accommodate Special Dietary Needs?
When it comes to the food at the Disney Star Wars hotel, Disney takes it very seriously. Not only do they offer a wide variety of options to accommodate special dietary needs, but they also have a team of chefs and crew members who are trained in special diets. This means that whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, or have food allergies, you can rest assured that you’ll be able to enjoy your meals aboard the Halcyon Starcruiser. And if you have any dietary preferences or needs, you can visit the Crown of Corellia Dining Room for a consultation on your first day. So whether you’re a picky eater or have specific dietary requirements, you’ll be able to find something to your taste at the Disney Star Wars hotel.
Are there Vegetarian and Vegan Options at Galactic Starcruiser Hotel?
No matter your dietary needs, the Galactic Starcruiser hotel has you covered. Upon arrival, you can visit the Crown of Corellia Dining Room for a consultation with a Disney Cast Member. They will review a meal plan with you to ensure you have everything you need during your stay.
You’ll also find helpful notations on the menus, as well as informative placards placed alongside the buffet items.
Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian, or have other special dietary needs – they will ensure you’re taken care of.
How is the Food at Disney’s Star Wars Hotel?
The food at the Galactic Starcruiser Star Wars hotel is out of this world! The immersive experience includes creative, themed dishes that are sure to please any fan of the franchise. And with various options to choose from, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for a light snack or a hearty meal, you’ll find it all at the Star Wars hotel.