Named after the original French phrase for the tomato ("la pomme d'amour"), this small restaurant occupies a former chapel a short drive north of the plaza. It's a romantic setting, with twinkling lights and huge roof beams overhead. The emphasis is on regional, organic ingredients, with standout specialties like rainbow trout with lime and coriander and house-made sweet corn tamales. There are plenty of vegetarian options, an extensive wine list, and enough tempting desserts that you'll want to leave room: Try the panna cotta with raspberry coulis and berries. Remember to bring cash—they don't take credit cards.