I have to remember to look for their brioche loaves! The sushi isn't bad, considering what it is, and the chefs are often there preparing. The asian steam table is a guilty pleasure, and has some indian themed items, such as samosas and chicken tikka. There also seems to be a pizza counter and I think another for subs or something.
- The soups are pretty good. I had one of their bisques and enjoyed it.
- At the seafood counter I like the steamed shrimp with various coatings (herb, cajun, bbq).
- If you are looking for a quick lunch at the cheese counter I think they still have individual cheese plates (if memory serves correct there are about 4 diff. cheeses and some grapes).
- Also by the cheese counter they have other prepared food (hummus, stuffed grape leaves, guacamole, and other dips).
- If you plan to eat it there the asian buffet (thai, chinese, indian, etc.) IMHO is better than the average chinese take-out in the area. I think part of the reason I like it is that around dinner time they frequently replace the items so the food is hot and crispy.
- If you need a side dish to take home I love the ving. based potatoe salad w/ artichoke hearts and olives.
- Their flavored breads are pretty good. I just had a parm. rosemary(?) leaf shaped loaf (don't know the proper name of this shape) that was really good. My mother routinely goes there on the weekends for their brioche loaves.
As a side note: The selection of prepared food at Wegmans is nothing compared to the new Whole Foods. I'm curious to know how they compare in quality.