REVIEW: Breakfast and Revamped Ronto Morning Wrap at Ronto Roasters in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Bright suns from Batuu! Now open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The sun is shining, the bloggers and Passholders are out en masse, and Black Spire Outpost East looks like a toasty, vibrant version of its West Coast component. While the menus here remain mostly the same as at Disneyland, we’ve noticed a few small differences that albeit minor, tweak the experience as a whole, and we’re starting out with food.
We’re sampling the breakfast offerings from Ronto Roasters. The menu includes the Rising Moons Overnight Oats (also available at Oga’s Cantina and Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo) and Ronto Morning Wrap, along with several specialty beverages. If you’re looking to save some time (maybe for one more ride on Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run), don’t forget that Mobile Ordering is available at Ronto Roasters!
Ronto Roasters here has this cute little coffee station put out in the mornings. There’s also a neat rotating jerky display in the back.
These generic Home Depot outdoor seating sets stick out like sore thumbs, though. We don’t see why they didn’t weather these or slap some wood staining on them, at the very least.
Hopefully we’ll see changes to these or additions of more themed seating here.
It’s a good way to start the day. After all, you can’t go wrong adding cheese and eggs. The eggs were served warm, so luckily they’re not sitting out for long before you order them. It’s not as good as the lunch version as it doesn’t have the pork, but the sausage is of the same quality.
It’s worth noting that the Disneyland version of these had scrambled eggs instead of a round, folded-up egg patty. We think it’s easier to eat like this, and arguably tastes better, too. (I’m still partial to creamy scrambled eggs, though. Don’t @ me.)
For something so basic, this is the ultimate execution of overnight oats. It’s amazing and served chilled, as it should be. The fruit is super fresh, too. This exceeded our expectations!
Tatooine Sunset (Gold Peak® Unsweetened Tea, Odwalla® Lemonade with Melon and Blueberry) – $5.49
The Tatooine Sunset is nothing special really, and it’s outright too sweet and syrupy to enjoy.
Sour Sarlacc (Minute Maid® Limeade with Raspberry and Spicy Mango) – $5.49
Here’s the winner of the three. It’s balanced, and tastes like an iced tea (despite not actually having any tea in it.) Definitely get this one if you’re looking for something other than water or a soft drink.
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