Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios has some pretty interesting eats.
From Blue and Green Milk to the ever-loved Ronto Wrap, eating your way around the land of Batuu can be a total adventure. Today, we caught wind of TWO new wraps over at Ronto Roasters and now we’re giving one of them a try.
Ronto Roasters is a quick-service spot in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge that serves up yummy wraps made with ronto. Hint: Ronto tastes a LOT like pork (because it is pork). Today, the spot debuted two new plant-based options — the Triple Suns Breakfast Wrap and the Zuchii Wrap.
We, of course, headed on over to Ronto Roasters to try out the Zuchii Wrap! We didn’t have a Disney Park Pass for Disney’s Hollywood Studios today, so we had to park hop and missed the new morning wrap. We’ll be sure to head over soon for breakfast!
In the meantime though, we GOTTA tell you about the Zuchii Wrap. Yes, this option is plant-based and it’s made with grilled zucchini, smoky chickpea onion slaw, creamy garlic tahini sauce, and fresh cilantro wrapped in a warm pita.
Our reporter is a meat eater and typically wouldn’t opt for a plant-based option — but she loved it! The sauce had a TON of favor and a little bit of heat to it too. Those who like a kick might even like the sauce MORE than the one in the Ronto Wrap.
The grilled pita is just as yummy when filled with veggies and the zucchini had a lovely consistency and crunch. Now, if you’ve never been and you eat meat, we still recommend snagging the Ronto Wrap before this one. BUT, if you like veggies and a little heat and you’ve had the classic before, you might want to give this a try!
If you think you’d like the Zuchii Wrap, you can snag it at Ronto Roasters for $11.99. Unlike the Ronto Wrap, this option is NOT available at Docking Bay 7 after Ronto Roasters closes, so you’ll need to make it there before 3PM.
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