Go for a variety called Sungold, I think. The one year I planted a few plants, I have tomatoes galore. Plenty of water, sun, and fretilizer helped I guess. Those plants did get very bushy, but very productive. You'll need a large pot to hold each plant to reduce any chances of it falling over.
The fruit tasted quite sweet with a slight tang. This is more of an eating tomato as the fruit never grows later than 2 inches.