The group of cafes and restaurants in this community center are a one-stop-shop for hungry travelers who might want to do a little shopping. The open-air space, called One Nimman, opened in 2018 to great fanfare; it is akin to New York City’s famous Chelsea Market or San Francisco’s Ferry Building. Inside is a mix of fashion retail, souvenir shopping, and places to eat. Ginger Farm Kitchen, is one of them, a spinoff of the popular Ginger & Kafe.  Like the original it offers refined takes on Thai classics. Cha Tra Mue is recognized as one of the original purveyors of Thai tea and has been in business for more than 70 years. In addition to tea, it sells desserts made from Thai tea, and its vintage tins of loose-leaf tea make great gifts. If you need a coffee fix, Nine One Coffee uses single-origin beans in great hot and cold drinks. Satisfy a chocolate craving at Melt Me, where Japanese precision is applied to a host of delicious treats.