Ronto Wrap: What’s So Special About it and Where to Find it in Disney

Are you ready to try one of Disney’s BEST snacks, the Ronto Wrap?

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge has been a major hit with Disney fans since it opened in 2019 at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. The land has two very popular attractions in Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance and Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run.

It also has plenty of dining options with places like Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, Olga’s Cantina, Kat Saka’s Kettle and Ronto Roasters.

One thing that people can’t seem to get enough of inside the land is the Ronto Wrap from Ronto Roasters.

The bizarre, yet delicious space-themed snack is one of the most popular items to debut on a park menu in a long time, and can always be seen on Instagram as you’re scrolling through your favorite Disney accounts.

Star Wars Galaxys Ronto Roaster Dining Area

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What is a Ronto Wrap?

At both Disneyland and Walt Disney World, the Ronto Wrap is exactly the same. The wrap starts with sliced roasted pork and a grilled pork sausage. It’s then topped with a slightly spicy peppercorn sauce and tangy slaw and wrapped in a pita.

Ronto Wrap at Star Wars Land

The pita has more of the texture of naan bread and is slightly more doughy than regular pita bread. Both of the pork options on the Ronto Wrap are juicy and the sausage has a great snap to it.

The slaw adds a nice crunch to an otherwise soft dish, and the peppercorn sauce definitely brings the entire thing together.

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Where can I find it at Disneyland?

At Disneyland you can find the Ronto Wrap at Ronto Roasters from open to close at Disneyland Park. You’ll know that your in the right place when you see the droid spinning a piece of meat on a spit.

Star Wars Galaxys Edge Ronto Roaster Griller

Where can I find it at Walt Disney World?

From open until 3:00 p.m. each day you can find Ronto Wraps at Ronto Roasters, which is at the beginning of the marketplace near the entrance to Dok Ondars Den of Antiquities.

Star Wars Galaxys Edge Ronto Roaster 21

Once Ronto Roasters closes at 3:00 p.m. you can find Ronto Wraps next door at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo, where they are on the menu until Disney’s Hollywood Studios closes.

Is there a plant-based version?

If you are eating a plant-based diet or wanting to try something new at Disneyland or Walt Disney World, consider the plant-based versions of a Ronto Wrap.

At Disneyland’s Ronto Roasters you can find the Ronto-less Garden Wrap. The meal starts out with plant-based sausage that’s topped with spicy kimchi slaw, pickled cucumber, and a plant-based gochujang spread. All of that is wrapped in the same naan-like pita bread.

Breakfast Wrap at Ronto Wraps

Over at Walt Disney World, the Zucchi Wrap is the plant-based alternative to the Ronto Wrap. The dish combines grilled zucchini, a Smokey chickpea and onion slaw, cool and creamy garlic-tahini sauce and fresh cilantro on a pita for some tasty bites.

If I had to choose a plant-based wrap, I’d always get the Ronto-less Garden Wrap from Disneyland because of the more Korean-leaning flavors that bring something unique to the park that really can’t be found anywhere else.

Tips for ordering and enjoying your Ronto Wrap

Star Wars Galaxy Edge Smugglers Run Entrance at Disney Hollywood Studios

1 – Use Mobile Ordering

No matter which park you’re at you’re going to want to mobile order your Ronto Wrap. This can be done thought the Disneyland app or the My Disney Experience app for Walt Disney World.

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You’re going to want to be sure that there is a credit card already attached to your Disney account for mobile ordering to work.

2 – Order While Waiting for Your Galactic Ride

One major pro-tip I have is to order your Ronto Wrap while you’re in line for one of the attractions inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

Rise of the Resistance Fleet of Storm Troopers

You’re going to want to set the pick-up time for about 10 minutes after whatever the suggested attraction wait time is.

For instance, if Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run has a posted wait time of 45 minutes, then you should set your Ronto Wrap pick up time for about 55 minutes to an hour away.

3 – Say You’re Ready

Because Ronto Wraps are relatively easy to assemble, you can click that you’re at the Ronto Roasters as you’re walking through the exit queue. Your meal should be ready within a few moments of you walking up to the restaurant.

Star Wars Galaxys Edge Ronto Roaster

Not only does this save you a lot of time at the parks, it allows you to virtually skip the line outside with Guests who are likely waiting for their food to be ready. All because they clicked they were at Ronto Roasters when they were actually outside of Ronto Roasters.

This method also works at Walt Disney World when Ronto Wraps move over to Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo after 3 p.m.

4 – Take Your Seat and Enjoy!

Once you grab your Ronto Wrap from the counter find a seat and enjoy people watching as you devour the snack that’s taken the internet by storm.

Rey in Star Wars Land

At Walt Disney World we enjoy sitting on the outside loop of Ronto Roasters so I can watch characters like Rey, Chewbacca and stormtroopers interact with guests at the nearby stage.

At Disneyland, I’ll take a seat wherever I can find one most days, or take my Ronto Wrap with me as I continue to explore Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

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Wrapping Up…

Now that you know everything about the Ronto wraps at both Disney parks, let us know what your favorite Star Wars inspired dish is below in the comments section.

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About the Author

Megan DuBois Theme Park Writer

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Megan is a theme park expert and frequent traveler to magical places. She covers all things Disney and Universal and runs marathons for fun.

She thinks you can tell a lot about someone by the name of their signature lipstick, and hers is NARS Dragon Girl.

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