Ronto Roasters Review at Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland

If you have ever had a craving for a unique and out-of-this-world culinary experience, then look no further than Ronto Roasters. This fast food restaurant will make you feel full and happy. It is a great option for a quick and tasty meal while you’re here.

Location and atmosphere

Pressure Roasters is a convenient dining option if you are exploring the Black Spire outpost in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge. However, if you are anywhere else in Disneyland, it will require a bit of a trek. This counter-service restaurant is located among the shops of the land and is just a short distance from Smugglers Run. There are tables and chairs available in the covered outdoor seating area, but they tend to get very crowded during lunchtime, making it difficult to find an available one.

Photo from the exterior of Savi's Workshop in Disneyland's Galaxy's Edge.

The atmosphere in this area is in line with the theme of the land, with a fun caricature roasting away beasts at the center, adding to the ambiance. It is also close to several areas where park musicians perform throughout the day, providing additional entertainment. On the particular day we visited, it was quite busy. We opted to place a mobile order ahead of time and waited for a table to become available while our food was being prepared.

Staff and service

We used the mobile ordering service to save time by skipping the line and finding a table. However, due to this, our interactions with the staff and service were limited. The mobile ordering experience was great, as the app was user-friendly.

If you’re not experienced with mobile ordering, you should definitely learn more about it here, as it is the biggest park hack. Our order was promptly prepared once we indicated in the app that we had arrived. The staff member who gave us our food was friendly, courteous, and efficient – everything you could ask for in a service encounter.

But how is the food

Rontoless Garden Wrap

This plant-based menu item features soft, fluffy, and warm tortilla bread that surrounds the sandwich. It was like a pita bread and it was fantastic. The outside was crisp, the inside was soft, and it was everything you would want in a good flatbread. I could eat it with a bowl of sauce all day.

Photo of the Rontoless Garden Wrap from Ronto Roasters. Black Spire Outpost, Galaxy's Edge, Disneyland

Speaking of sauce, the sauce on the Ronto Wrap was phenomenal. It was creamy, slightly spicy, and it contributed to the majority of the flavor profile of this item.

The sausage itself was a standard run-of-the-mill Impossible sausage, similar to the sweet Italian type sausage you can get from the grocery store. It’s nice to have these plant-based options available in the parks, but it wasn’t very innovative. However, it was still delicious. The creamy aioli added a lot of flavors, and the pickled veggies added crunch, tanginess, sweetness, and a little bit of spiciness.

Overall, it was a little bit spicy but not inedible.I would give it three stars. It’s a solid plant-based option in the parks. Probably one of the better ones. It’s just not my favorite and I wouldn’t make a special trip to Galaxy’s Edge just to get it again.

Looking for more plant-based options? Check our guide to vegan options at Disneyland!

Ronto Wrap

The regular Ronto Wrap was admittedly a bit better. It had the same red sauce and flavored aioli.

The regular Ronto Wrap comes with a sausage that is a mix of pork and beef. It’s not overly seasoned or bland, it’s somewhere in the middle. The one advantage it has over the Impossible sausage is the texture, which the Impossible sausage struggles to match.

The regular Ronto Wrap also came with a crispy pickled slaw on top, and that’s what made it for me. I really enjoy pickles, vinegar, and tanginess. The regular Ronto Wrap had more of these flavors than the garden wrap.

Ronto Wrap from Ronto Roasters in Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland. Photo, Black Spire Outpost.

Honestly, if I could just have the bread, slaw, and maybe some hummus on the side, I would have been a happy camper. It wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t great either. I would give it three stars. It’s a good option if you’re in the area, but I wouldn’t go all the way to the back of the park just to get it.

Tatooine Sunset Beverage

We also tried the Tatooine Sunset beverage, which sounded exciting. It was a beautiful beverage, absolutely gorgeous and Instagram-worthy. However, it tasted like Kool-Aid to me. If you like sweet drinks, this will definitely hit the spot.

Image of a large magenta colored drink with effervescence. Tatooine Sunset from Ronto Roasters in Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland

Personally, I prefer something with a more balanced flavor profile and a bit more sophistication. It was basically like melted ice to me. I would give it two stars because it wasn’t bad, but I wouldn’t order it again.

Value and Final Thoughts on Ronto Roasters

At $14 each, these rental and Rancho list wraps are actually a fairly good deal in Disneyland. It’s a filling meal, and I was satisfied with just half of mine. You could possibly split it, especially between kids.

It’s a healthier option compared to many other choices available in the parks, and it’s not bad. If you’re on a budget, it’s a great option. The location may not be ideal, but it is convenient if you’re spending a lot of time in the Galaxy’s Edge area or Critter Country.

Atmosphere from Black Spire Outpost in Galaxy's Edge Disneyland.

I appreciate that it’s another quick-service counter option, and I also like that it offers mobile ordering. Whether it’s at Disney or Starbucks, mobile ordering is probably my favorite thing about technology right now.

It allows me to place my order without interacting with other people and just pick it up when it’s ready. I know exactly when it will be ready. More mobile ordering, please!

Would I recommend this place? Yes, I would recommend it if you’re going to Disneyland and if you’re going to be in Galaxy’s Edge. Ronto wraps at Ronto Roasters is worth a quick stop to grab a bite to eat.

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