Cafe Luna, the award-winning restaurant on the rooftop of
Little Arches Hotel, boasts one-of-a-kind panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea in a Mediterranean-style al fresco setting. One of the most romantic restaurants in Barbados, Cafe Luna offers individualized service with a smile in an intimate setting under the stars.
A journey for the senses with internationally acclaimed dining that specializes in Pan-Tropical fare (fusion Caribbean Asian and Mediterranean flavors) by Canadian Mark de Gruchy, Executive Chef and Co-owner of Café Luna.
At Cafe Luna we strive to use only the freshest local ingredients and produce wherever possible and only use imported items if they are not available in Barbados.
Cafe Luna restaurant is hailed by the most recent Zagat Survey as Top 3 in many categories including-
Best Food, Best Décor, Best Hotel Dining, Best Mediterranean Food and Best Eclectic Food.
Cafe Luna has also been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 9 years in a row!
We accept Cash (USD, Pounds, Euro) Visa, Master and local Debit Cards
US Cash accepted at $1.98
* Please note, we provide one bill per table.
Lunch & Dinner at Cafe Luna are a set in a casually elegant atmosphere. Feel free to wear whatever makes you feel comfortable and men are more than welcome to wear shorts.
Please note that while these may be requested, this does not mean you will be guaranteed waterside seating.
We recently hosted an event in conjunction with Slow Food Barbados and served strictly organic, locally produced food. Many more similar nights are planned as we firmly believe in using only sustainable, locally produced food, not only as a way of supporting our local farmers but also as a means to offering only the most pure, healthy food that we possibly can.
Barbados Living magazine with feature article on
Slow Food Barbados, highlighting Cafe Luna.
Chefs Mark 'Moo' de Gruchy and Wayne Jackman
"....spectacular at lunchtime and magical in the moonlight."
"...(Café Luna) may be the best meal you can have on the island."
"Come sundown it’s all about Café Luna where a feast of Caribbean, Asian and Mediterranean flavours is served on an absurdly romantic rooftop terrace strewn with a handful of tables overlooking the sea.
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