Two new vegan options have been added in Galaxy’s Edge at Hollywood Studios! Ronto Roasters finally has vegan options at Walt Disney World! Unlike Disneyland, Walt Disney World never got the Rontoless Wrap, so getting options here is a big deal.
We have been given a breakfast wrap and a day time wrap. Both of which are easy to order with the My Disney Experience app on Mobile Ordering. Select a time to pick it up, mark you’re there when you’re ready to eat, then it will alert you when your food is ready. I ordered both separately to try them around the same time. First lets talk about breakfast.
The Triple Suns Breakfast Wrap is the plant-based breakfast option. When we got it, breakfast was served until 11am. This wrap is filled with vegan egg, a smoky chickpea onion slaw, and a roasted tomato sauce in a pita.
The wrap itself has clearly been cooked, which offers a nice texture when you bite into it with the inside being slightly crisp. The wrap is filled with a ton of the vegan egg, the chickpea onion slaw has a bit of heat to it, I wouldn’t say it was spicy but someone who doesn’t do well with heat would probably notice this. The carrot in the slaw added some much needed texture in the wrap. The roasted tomato sauce wasn’t something we really noticed.
While eating the Triple Suns Breakfast Wrap it ended up falling apart, but it was wrapped up in the wax paper so it was okay. I think it was just due to the weight of all the filling and the pita bread being so warm from it that it ripped.
While the wrap was pretty good, we couldn’t help but feel like it was missing something. It needed something extra to really bring it up to be great. Since the vegan egg didn’t taste like much, and there was so much of it, it was lacking flavor overall. I don’t know if it needs a vegan sausage or not, but it was nice to have something so unique as a vegan breakfast from a quick service!
For lunch they have added the Zuchii Wrap. This comes on the pita as well and features a grilled zucchini wedge, the same smoky chickpea onion slaw, and a creamy garlic tahini sauce.
Compared to the breakfast wrap this was significantly missing filling. The small wedge of zucchini was cooked well, offering a bit of a bite to it while still being soft. I wish there was more zucchini in it though.
The slaw was more noticeable in this wrap, but I could have used more of it just to help fill it. The tahini garlic sauce really made this dish. I love tahini so the more the merrier on that! I didn’t get any cilantro as it was just one stalk and it came out in one bite from Corey.
The Zuchii Wrap is a great new faux meat free addition to the parks and it is a really great snack/light lunch option. I am glad we have a unique option here, and it’s a great way to showcase vegetables.
Out of the two we definitely preferred the Zuchii Wrap. I think if I got the breakfast wrap again I would ask for the tahini sauce if they had it to add something to it. I know for sure we’ll be getting the Zuchii Wrap again though!
Just got back from the park and while I was not at the right time for the zucchini wrap I did get the breakfast wrap. I really enjoyed it- of course more of each filling would’ve been better but I liked the smokey chickpea carrot onion slaw enough that I would love to recreate it at home- do you or your followers happen to have a link to a similar recipe? Your website is great btw! It was tough in the park but with help from you & others it was very do-able.
It’s so nice to have more vegan breakfast options in the parks.
Do you happen to know if they have an “allergy pita” or sone option that can be subbed (like potatoes or something)?