I would definitely hit up Szechuan Gourmet. It's on the westbound side of Rt 9 in Framingham, right on your way. Wegman's certainly has alot of options, although I'm not sure exactly what type of food your are looking for. Their sushi rolls are fresh and servicable. I shop there a couple of times a month, but haven't tried much of the prepared food there.
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oh man. do szechuan gourmet, maybe:
??v..hot & sour wonton soup for two (4)
v..steamed vegetable dumplings (11)
spicy fried chicken wings (15)
v..scallion pancake (22)
v..bamboo shoots with sesame (36) or spicy wonder (37) sauce
dan dan noodles (26)
v..spicy cucumber with fresh garlic (house specials)
v.. peapod stem with garlic (house specials)
v.. shredded potato w/ sour cabbage (house specials)
old szechuan chicken (78) or sichuan kung bao chicken (82)
v..spinach with garlic (93)
v..fried tofu w/ chinese cabbage in spicy sauce (96)
fish fillets with napa cabbage in a spicy chili sauce (54)
sliced cumin flavored tender lamb (66a)
v.. chinese eggplant with yu xiang (91)
pan fried noodles (109)
Zha Jiang Noodle Soup with Pork & Spicy Sauce??
green bean noodles in chili sauce??
v...baby bok choy??
v..good for vegetarians.
obviously a fan.
I would second Westborough Korean, but I agree you'd need to be strategic.
There's Eo Noodles in Framingham ... but I don't know if you're trying to go for fancy? Are you bringing something to contribute to a group dinner?
You'll also pass by Wegman's. I haven't tried it myself, but I hear their take-out section rocks.