When Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opened in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, one of the things it brought with it was some pretty out of this world (pun intended) food. From the options over at Docking Bay 7 to the blue and green milk, to Oga’s Cantina, there’s a lot of interesting things to try.
One of the food items that immediately outshone the others was the Ronto Wrap at Ronto Roasters. We’ve tried this eat many times before, but we recently headed back over to Ronto Roasters just to see how it was doing and to get you all an updated review!
For those that don’t know, the Ronto Wrap is roasted pork, grilled pork sausage, peppercorn sauce, and slaw all wrapped up in pita bread. It is $12.99.
This item has a history of being inconsistent when it comes to flavor, and the amount of sauce or slaw you get, so we wanted to try it again to see how it is and if anything has changed. We thought the pork sausage was very good. It was cooked well and very flavorful. The grilled pork on the other hand was kind of dry, and needed some more slaw to be enjoyable.
Our pita was also really dry, which made it a little more difficult to eat because it started to split down the sides, but luckily, it’s wrapped in paper so you can catch anything that might fall out of the wrap! Our wrap didn’t have a ton of the slaw, so it was kind of on the drier side as a whole (but on the plus side, the pita didn’t get soggy!). All in all, it wasn’t the best Ronto Wrap we’ve had, but it was decent.
If you’re vegan or vegetarian, or even if meat just isn’t really your thing, you might want to try something different. Luckily, Ronto Roasters has a couple of plant-based options, like the Zuchii Wrap which is a vegetarian version of the Ronto Wrap. It has grilled zucchini, smoky chickpea-onion slaw, creamy garlic-tahini sauce, and fresh cilantro wrapped in pita bread.
We definitely think the Ronto Wrap is worth a try if it sounds like something you might be interested in, as the flavor can be really good, especially if you’d like to try something other than the stereotypical burger and fries. Make sure to keep reading DFB to stay up to date on all the Disney food news!
Learn how to make Ronto Wraps at HOME here!
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Pricy considering NO sides is lousy.
I find the food very inconsistent throughout WDW. Went to Pecos Bills three times ago and it was great. So we went again a few weeks later and ordered the same things. The food didn’t taste the same and it was prepared differently. The last time it again was different and that will probably be our last try.
Ted Steffensen says
Absolutely the worst food we had at the park this year. What garbage! Far too spicy. So bad, you could barely eat it. The vegan version was also too spicy, and spilled out everywhere! I don’t know what they were shooting for with this item, but I would not recommend this to anyone. Totally ruined our experience for the area that day.