I have been heading to TERRA LUNA for years. I'm not sure if the last reveiwer has ever been there. The menu has changed throughout the seasons. But, also has managed to keep the old favorites, as well. Does the last reviewer live here on Cape Cod? Or elsewhere? A summer dink, perhaps? I have worked in several seasonal kitchens over the years. Any idea how the tourists complain when their favorite dish has been removed, the one that they always get and dream about ALL winter when they think of the big summer vacation. You can not easily mess with peoples traditions. That said, TERRA LUNA has found the best of both worlds. The menu changes slightly with each coming summer. If you want difference, the specials. I have had some of the BEST fish dished here. I read a review in a Cape rag that called TERRA LUNA more Pagan than Meditterean. I liked that. The Striped Bass specials during the commercial season ARE exquisite with layers of flavor that just keep happening. The Lobster Oregonata is amazing in it's simplicity and intense fresh flavor. The Codfish dish on the menu is delicious, the mushroom and asparugus and gnocchi all blend harmoniously, and enhanced by the black olive tapendade and drizzle of rosemary oil. The light summery taste of the Romeo's Angel is a vegetarian's delight, artichoke hearts, sundried tomatoes, raisins and pinenuts tossed with fresh basil and mint and extra-virgin olive oil over angel hair pasta. the grilled duck has a cumin spiced rub and an amazing pomegranite molasses reduction. The sides are always inventive and delicious, be it the simplicity of haricot verts tossed with garlic oil or roasted garlic mashed potato cakes.The wine list is approachable and the special cocktails are great, try the Joyride or the Peeling Left. The Desserts are from Heaven, the Polenta Blackberry Custard is inspired. The last reviewer is a sorely mistaken and a complete fool. TERRA LUNA should be on your list of must dining.