Sure, you’ll need to work up an appetite to sail aboard the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser, but you might want to make sure it’s an adventurous appetite.
As with any luxury experience, there’s no shortage of food aboard the ship’s name, Halcyon. It will be unique.
Bryan Piasecki, Director of Concept Development, Walt Disney World Parks and Resorts, said: “We want to continue the storytelling and immersive experience of food.”
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Described as an immersive trip that rivals a cruise rather than a hotel, here are a few things to prepare to experience the culinary experience aboard this 2 days and 2 nights getaway (although this technically only travels with Disney). magic”).
Halcyon provides two breakfasts and two lunches. Both meals are served in the main dining room, Crown of Corellia, and are served in a “unique buffet” style.
There are no Mickey waffles on the menu here, but the Star Wars version of the waffle has the Starcruiser logo. Breakfast and lunch times are not fixed as guests are free to go.
On the second day of the trip, guests can step off the ship and visit the planet Batuu (located in Walt Disney World’s Hollywood Studios). Your vacation package includes meals on Batuu, but if guests decide to stay on board, they can enjoy lunch in the dining room instead. You can also choose to have one lunch on Batuu and a second lunch on board.
Corellia’s crown dining room transforms into dinner each night. First-night guests will enjoy a family-friendly meal that includes options such as Baozi bento, spiral vegetable salad, and four dipping sauces. Among other offerings is green-infused dry rice and what the culinary crew calls “what on another planet would call chicken.”
While guests feast, they will be entertained by Gaya, a famous singer from the Star Wars universe.The second night is described as a fine dining experience and wine dinner. At each course the chef comes out and talks about the dish and the earth that inspired it.
There could be kids, and maybe even adults, on board who aren’t going to eat Banta beef tenderloin, Flora noodle salad, and iced Felicien shrimp cocktail. No worries. Chef his Piasecki and his team had you in mind when creating the menu. Classics like cheese pizza, butter noodles and chicken fingers are still available.
Whether gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian or other restrictions, there are also plenty of options for guests with dietary restrictions due to food allergies or other restrictions.
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If you get hungry between meals, several meal options are available. The Sublight Lounge offers light fare and a variety of celebratory beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, including Hoth Icebreaker, Cloud of Bespin, and Dagoba Vimlet.
Servers also assist guests sitting just outside the lounge in the atrium area. Food and beverages available in the Sublight Lounge are available for an additional fee. There is a snack area in the atrium that serves guests.
On the second night of the voyage, after dinner, the crew will host a “sweets and treats” event in the dining room of the Crown of Corellia. Guests are free to eat ice cream, cookies, and other goodies.
You cannot enjoy breakfast in bed as in-room dining is not an option. However, Piasecki said the culinary team is continually looking at ways to expand.
“A lot of it is based on what planets we visit in the future, so we’re constantly evolving,” he said.
Michelle Spitzer can be reached at Michelle@bymichellespitzer.com.