(Editor's note: "Good Morning America" visited Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge ahead of it's opening at Disneyland earlier this summer. The Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Walt Disney World opens on August 29 and features many of the same food items detailed here.)
At the new Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge , there are five eating and drinking outposts with a total of 50 menu items.
"Each menu item tells a story," Michele Gendreau, the director of Food and Beverage at Disneyland Resort, told "GMA" when we got a snack -- sorry sneak -- peek into the new land.
How does the culinary team behind the largest expansion in Disney Parks history tell the story of a place that, quite intentionally, has very little backstory? Batuu, after all, is a mostly unknown place in the galaxy. The creators of the land made it this way so that every visitor -- from new fan to superfan -- was coming in with a clean slate.
Gendreau explained how Disney's culinary experts came up with the menu.
"Through our whole process we're learning the story [of Black Spire Outpost] and where Batuu fits into the galaxy," she said. "It is on the outer limits of the galaxy. The Falucians visited and they are vegetarian. So we have plant-based and vegetarian dishes and then we take it from there."
From Oga's Cantina -- the watering hole and gathering place of Black Spire outpost (which serves alcohol to the public for the first time at Disneyland) -- to the Milk Stand, serving the famed blue milk -- "GMA" ate our way through the new land. And while we didn't get to sample all 50 dishes, we did eat quite a few. Here are the five you don't want to miss.
Located at the Milk Stand, this will be the trendiest beverage in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge. It's made from coconut and rice milk and pineapple. It has the consistency of a smoothie rather than milk and is sweet and refreshing.
Felucian Garden Spread
Plant-based meatballs over chimichurri hummus served with relish and a pita. It's similar to falafel and the chimichurri is spicy while the hummus is creamy. The pita is perfect for scooping excess hummus. You can dine on this dish at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo.
A personal and unexpected favorite. Roasted pork, grilled sausage, peppercorn sauce and tangy slaw are all wrapped in a pita.
Outpost Popcorn Mix
Red is spicy, purple is sweet. They're meant to be eaten together. It's a fun snack for walking around the land and for Instagram. Find it at Kat Saka’s Kettle.
Oi-oi puff is for dessert at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo. It's a raspberry cream puff with passion fruit mousse. Sweet and spongy, it's perfect to share if you just want a taste of sweet.