We found ourselves a few streets away from the MIT campus in Cambridge, MA on a rainy day last week It was mid-afternoon and we were looking for a place to have a late lunch. Noticing the crowded doorway of Café Luna, we thought we would try it. The place was serving brunch and was full. A couple of minutes later Mr. Matt Haymer, the co-owner of the Café came over. He offered to seat us at the counter, with the promise of a table as soon as one became available. Mr. Haymer was a gentle, soft-spoken person who assured us we would be taken care of. There were lots of things on the menu we would have liked, but we wanted light fare. I kept it really simple and ordered fried eggs and toast. My wife ordered black bean home fries. Mr. Haymer said they had moved there just four months earlier. When we were seated at a table, a friendly staff member served us. The eggs and toast were just that, but were also just right. The toast was well toasted and buttered, exactly how I liked it. My wife’s black bean home fries were absolutely delightful. The spiciness of the potatoes was perfect and the whole dish was mouthwateringly tasty. Both of us shared it and enjoyed it thoroughly. We thanked Mr. Haymer for his attentive care. We were happy we ate at Café Luna. The menu was not huge, but significantly varied and the food was absolutely delicious. Next time we are in Cambridge, we will return to Café Luna, this time with some friends we want to take out for a meal.