Lucky Garden located at 269 Wallasey Village, Wallasey CH45 3LR, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 638 3411

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Brenda Kenyon

5 Google Rating

What can I say. The Amara is as consistent as ever. Good food expertly cooked and seasoned on char

5/ 5

What can I say. The Amara is as consistent as ever. Good food expertly cooked and seasoned on charcoal. Pleasant staff and good prices. You must try the local Turkish wine, exceptional price at 17.50 and delicious, dry, which I prefer but fruity. Perfect evening, thank you x

Karen Anderson

5 Google Rating

Lovely food

5/ 5

Lovely food

Paul Johnson

5 Google Rating

Always great food. Go for the Duck in Plum sauce.

5/ 5

Always great food. Go for the Duck in Plum sauce.

X_warrior_234

3 Google Rating

Usually good food but tonight they gave the wrong sauce for my spring rolls it was really sweet and

3/ 5

Usually good food but tonight they gave the wrong sauce for my spring rolls it was really sweet and ruined my meal and over the savoury cake was really greasy

Rhys Buck

5 Google Rating

Fantastic food and great service

5/ 5

Fantastic food and great service

Marc Tilston

1 Google Rating

I got food from here and it wasn't editable it was like it was rushed or heated up I put it in the b

1/ 5

I got food from here and it wasn't editable it was like it was rushed or heated up I put it in the bin. After what I have read about it being nice never order from here again if I could put 0 star that's what I would put it

Kieran Lavin

5 Google Rating

I’ve been to good takeaways before but this was just an unreal level of good quick service brillia

5/ 5

I’ve been to good takeaways before but this was just an unreal level of good quick service brilliant staff polite and all lovely food can’t recommend highly enough

Euan Losvik

5 Google Rating

Food is very tasty and service is fast, staff are very friendly too, and the place is clean and well

5/ 5

Food is very tasty and service is fast, staff are very friendly too, and the place is clean and well presented.

Joyce Manley

4 Google Rating

Food was ok But have had better

4/ 5

Food was ok But have had better

Helen Pritchard

5 Google Rating

Definately recommend, Never had a bad meal from here

5/ 5

Definately recommend, Never had a bad meal from here

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