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Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge just changed its menu items

The menus have definitely changed now

Guests visiting Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California, and at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, will be able to wander the lively marketplace of Black Spire Outpost and encounter a robust collection of m
Guests visiting Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California, and at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, will be able to wander the lively marketplace of Black Spire Outpost.
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Disneyland has officially changed the names of some of the food items on the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge food menu to make them more understandable for those on Earth.

The menus originally included “Star Wars”-themed names, which was done as a way to build full immersion between guests visiting Batuu, the fictional “Star Wars” planet where Galaxy’s Edge is set.

“Disney has implemented a hybrid naming system for the menu items,” according to BlogMickey. “This is supposed to make ordering easier for guests who might not know what Kaduu is (or bother reading the description, which has always said what a dish consists of), while still keeping a Star Wars-type name.”

But Disneyland recently changed the names on the menu items to accommodate guests, according to the San Bernardino Sun.

The changes include:

Yes, but: Desserts and specialty drinks didn’t change. The Oi-oi Puff and the Batuu-bon are still there, along with Phattro and Moof Juice drinks.

What about Disney World?: Yep, they made the same changes, as well as some others: Yobshrimp Noodle Salad is now Surabat Shrimp & Noodle Salad.

  • “Like all of the Walt Disney World resort, the East Coast version of Galaxy’s Edge attracts a much more international crowd that likely struggled with the translations of the exotic Star Wars menu items,” according to the SB Sun.