Fresh seafood is also on hand, as well as pan dulce. If you're craving a Mexican dish, Ranch Market prepares burritos with lengua, chicken, pastor and carne asada, as well as chile verde, enchiladas, rice and beans.
This little market is tucked in the corner of the shopping center on University Drive and Priest Road. Fujiya is the place to go for Japanese snacks. Shrimp Chips are a given, and they also sell packaged dry squid, that is perfectly salted.
Indian powders, spices, noodles and sweets fill the shelves in Zam Zam. If you're craving some sort of curry mix but can't quite decide what to get, Zam Zam has a everything from vegetable curry to brain masala.
Fresh cheeses sit pretty in the display case. French Grocery has a nice selection that can be overwhelming if you're not familiar with cheeses. Feel free to ask for samples and suggestions from the workers who were more than happy to give us a hand.