My overall depiction of Luna could be resumed, by now, with the image of its chef, Mark de Gruchy, wearing shorts and a kamikazi head band: Bold!
The regular people of Barbados are quite polite, but here, they bounce the curve. The place by itself would be amazing, with the fresh seabreeze and the intimate mood that you feel when you got here.
The drinks are outstanding and not soooo pricey, with a special mention for the moolicious one
And the food... oh, boy! Even when the option is not so caribbean, they make it tastes so, with flavors overcoming flavors in a burst of sensations, of sweet and salty, with that swing that only 365 days of sun per year can bring.
I stayed in Barbados with my girlfriend for one week, and I must say this was, by far, our best meal (and we went to others fancy restaurants, like Tides, for an example).
I payed every single dollar happily, and must say: the canadian kamikazi guy is doing a hell of a job in here!