Set on the second floor of a small complex also housing the Bat Jungle , with open-air seating on a broad wooden veranda, this is a great spot for lunch, dinner, or a decadent dessert break. The main menu features a wide range of international dishes, with everything from chicken mole to shrimp curry in a coconut-milk broth. You could also choose from the excellent sandwiches, wraps, and fresh empanadas (one of the owners is Argentine). The homemade chocolates and fancy, flavored truffles are a standout. And if you want to learn more about the chocolate-making and -tempering process, be sure to take their Chocolate Tour.