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 good place for a decadent dessert break (though lunches and dinners here are also solid). The homemade chocolates and fancy, flavored truffles here are truly scrumptious. (And if you want to learn more about the chocolate-making and -tempering process, be sure to take the chocolate tour. On the savory side, the main menu features a wide range of international dishes, with everything from chicken mole to eggplant curry to more straightforward but very tasty sandwiches, wraps, and fresh empanadas.