To be sure, dining onboard Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser is quite the experience. All meals are served in the futuristic Crown of Corellia Dining Room, with breakfast and lunch served in a help-yourself style, with each serving plated and ready to grab. At breakfast are hot and cold small plates and during lunch, choose from a collection of small bites, like sandwiches, soups, mini flatbreads, assorted salads, and sweets. Also available for daytime meals are self-serve beverages, including juices, coffee, and Bubo Wamba Family Farms blue and green milk.
At dinner, it’s showtime, and the waitstaff parade out each course that has already been chosen for you. A variety of appetizers followed by several entree choices with sides served family-style. Not the best food I’ve had, but tasty enough and undoubtedly unusual. Wait until you see the blue shrimp! Evening entertainment during dinner the first night is courtesy of Gaya, a galactic superstar singer at the top of her game.
If you want an elevated experience grab the Captain’s Table, which needs to be booked as soon as your Starcruiser reservation is first made. It sells out quickly and is quite popular. Here, for an additional charge, you will enjoy extra courses—the captain’s favorite dishes—while seated in a prime location in the center of the Crown of Corellia Dining Room.
A menu of specialty cocktails, beers on tap, and wines by the bottle or glass is available, a small but decent selection.
= Cara's Favorite
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Galactic Starcruiser’s only dining room.