Looking for an updated master list of all the options that are vegan on Disney’s Star Wars Galactic StarCruiser in Walt Disney World? You’ve come to the right page. The maiden voyage has just taken place and we are going to be updating this page with all of the vegan options available from some friends of the site who are sailing on the Halcyon! Be sure to bookmark this page and check back as we get more info!
What’s Vegan on Disney’s Star Wars Galactic StarCruiser?
Disney had previously released more details on what to expect aboard the Halcyon – the name of the ship you’ll be “sailing” on for this 2-night adventure. Here’s what we know about specialty dining needs aboard the Star Wars Galactic StarCruiser, courtesy of AllEars.net:
“When you board the Galactic Starcruiser, you need to visit the Crown of Corellia Dining Room for a consultation regarding your dietary or allergy needs. You will be able to meet with a Chef or Crew Member who is trained in special diets, and you can establish a plan for each of your meals. You’ll need to complete your consultation between 1PM and 4PM on the first day of your reservation.
If you eat a plant-based diet or you don’t eat meat, eggs, dairy, or honey, you don’t need to have a consultation! There will be plant-based meals available throughout the Starcruiser, and these meals will be marked on the menu with a green leaf icon.”
Disney notes that they work to avoid cross-contamination, but they don’t have separate allergy-friendly kitchens, so it’s up to you to decide if you’re comfortable with your dining plan. Here is the story on dining that Disney released prior to opening:
Our friend Jenelle sailed away on one of the first voyages, and was kind enough to share her vegan photos with us. Below are all of the vegan items aboard the Halcyon Galactic Starcruiser from her sailing.
Day 1 Buffet Lunch
For lunch aboard the Halcyon, there is also a buffet in the same location. There were 3 plant-based & one salad which can be modified for vegan options on the Galactic Starcruiser. Here are the sign displays for the options:
And a closer look at the (clockwise from top left) Greens Salad, Roasted Flora, Chandrilan Salad, and Choco-Whip dessert.
You can also enjoy unlimited Blue and Green Milk on tap at lunch, if that’s your thing!
Grab & Go After Lunch Snacks
After lunch, some simple snacks are put out for guests to enjoy:
Long Fruit is what I will be calling bananas for the rest of time now. 😀
Sublight Lounge Menu
There are also a few vegan items to enjoy at the Sublight Lounge aboard the Halcyon. You can try some Mustafar Tuber Chips dusted with sriracha and charcoal vinegar, or some Crispy-dried Green Beans served with creamy green pearberry dip. There is an additional item on the late night menu which we’ll share below.
Those both look amazing! Here’s another look at the green beans from AllEars.net:
You can also of course get some unique drinks in the Sublight Lounge. Here are two of the non-alcoholic ones:
Sublight Lounge Late Night Menu
Here are the Hummus and Quinoa vegan Meatballs at the Sublight Lounge:
There are also mixed nuts and dried fruit available.
Night 1 Dinner – An Evening With Gaya
The first night on board is a more extensive dining experience, but we haven’t been left out and there are vegan options for this Starcruiser dinner as well:
First up is the Bento Experience. This is served family style and you share with the table. There are 3 pod style dumplings, one of which is vegan, the green one shown below is the Flora Vegetables Pod which contains potatoes and curry sauce.
The Bento Experience also comes with noodles, which are vegan as well. The Flora Noodle Salad is a chilled salad of yellow beets, daikon radish, onion, carrots, and white miso vinaigrette.
Here’s a look inside the Flora Vegetable Pod as well:
Next up is the Green Herbed Fluffy Rice served with a puffed rice crisp (right) and Surabat Spiced Flora (left) which is roasted vegetables with harissa spice.
There is also an off-menu crispy tofu that looks amazing!
For vegans, dessert this night was off-menu as well. This appears to be a modified version of the on-menu dessert made with just the inside of the regular dessert and not the fancy outer shell.
I’m not sure exactly what these flavors are, but I’d love to find out!
It’s good to note that there are some vegan options for kids as well, with lots of veggie sides, noodles, and even summer rolls as an appetizer. So that means those options exist if you have a picky vegan with you that may want something other than what comes with dinner.
Day 2 Excursion Breakfast
Below is the menu that is posted for the breakfast buffet. There are two items noted as plant-based/vegan on the menu, and they can also make you vegan pancakes and Just egg on request.
Here is what Jenelle enjoyed: Just Egg, vegan pancakes, the Compressed Fruit, Kale Porridge with “Egg Worms,” and Mini Quick Bread. Looks delicious and really unique!
There are also Grab and Go breakfast boxes, but sadly none are vegan. On day 2, you get to visit Batuu and are given snack credits to dine at a restaurant in Batuu, or any Quick Service location in Disney’s Hollywood Studios for lunch. Your credits are automatically loaded on to your My Disney Experience app, and you just mobile order and pay using the credits. Of course, we recommend stopping at Docking Bay 7 for the delicious Felucian Garden Spread, vegan as is!
Dinner Night 2: Taste Around the Galaxy
The last night onboard is the culmination of your dining experience, and is a little more elegant than the first evening. Let’s see what vegan dinner items await aboard the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser.
First up, the Mustafarian Breads and Spreads. This is slightly modified to be vegan by just removing the cheese portion. The assorted breads served with dried redfruit spread, apricot relish, and roasted chando dip. Sorry the lighting is very red for these photos.
The entrees for this evening were all off-menu and look to be a combination of options from other meals. Below we have some roasted vegetables and lentils.
We also have what appears to be a slightly different version of the Hummus and Quinoa “Meatballs” from the Sublight Lounge.
It was nice to see that the main dessert was the one being promoted before opening. It only needed to be slightly modified to be vegan by removing one component of the gel orb served with it. So that is great news!
This is the Chandrilan Air Cake, made with chocolate, cream of jogan fruit, and terateak fruit jelly.
In addition to all of the above experiences, there is a Sweets & Treats event onboard, which did have a couple of vegan options, but not many in comparison. Available as vegan options were fruit, a berry frozen treat (not like a sorbet & delicious), popped grains (“butter” and Outpost Mix varieties) and sun butter cookies (not pictured). You can also get plant milk for your coffee on board.
Day 3 Final Breakfast
Pictured below in clockwise order are the Compressed Fruit Plate, Spiced Boboti made with Just egg, the Pearberry Toast, and a vegan blueberry muffin: Mini Quick Bread.
There you have it, the inaugural sailing vegan options aboard the Star Wars Galactic Cruiser, the Halcyon. These options may of course change over time and we will update this page as needed. Be sure to bookmark it to read before your galactic cruise!
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