Galaxy’s Edge has really stepped up its game when it comes to serving new and inventive dining options. Recently, we shared that over at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo at Walt Disney World Resort’s Disney’s Hollywood Studios, they received a new food shipment and more additional options at Ronto Roasters.
From Batuuan Beef & Crispy Topato Stir Fry to the new Outpost Puff for dessert and the new unique plant-based options for Vegan travelers, Disney has something new to try for every Jedi.
Now that Kat Saka’s Kettle has officially reopened today at Disneyland, Guests who visit Galaxy’s Edge have a chance to try a brand new flavor of popcorn at the food outpost.
The Outpost Popcorn Mix and Chocolate Popcorn with Crait Red Salt is still an option and very popular, but for those who want to experience a unique and fruitier option, the new Batuu Wilds Banana Popcorn just might hit the spot!
Even though this may sound strange to some Galaxy’s Edge fans, Paul shared with his fans that the chocolate and banana mixture is a must-try:
New Popcorn flavors at Kat Saka’s Kettle in Galaxys Edge. On the left is Banana and chocolate flavored popcorn with red salt and on the right is only banana the banana flavored popcorn.
Kat Saka’s Kettle
For those who are unaware, Walt Disney World’s Kat Saka’s Kettle is still temporarily unavailable and has not added this banana flavored option to the menu. Be sure to check in with Walt Disney World’s official website for updates on menu and the snack shops return.
Even if you’re not a popcorn fan, the Star Wars inspired design of this food stall is worth walking by as it is aesthetic appealing. Disney’s official description states:
Venture into the market to find this colourful snack shop, where grains from all over the galaxy are on display. Order a generous, piping-hot helping of this popular and flavourful local specialty popcorn and enjoy it as you explore Black Spire Outpost. Refreshing beverages are also sold here.
Run by grain merchant Kat Saka, this stall offers customers a unique taste of Batuu.
What do you think of this new flavor in Kat Saka’s Kettle? Would you try it? Let us know in the comments below!