From the outside there's nothing enticing about Lucky Garden and its appearance might actually inspire the opposite. Once inside the average décor of common Asian kitsch furnishings won't impress you either. But once you've had a meal here, you're bound to come back and with a menu that may actually offer too many choices you can drop by 230 times and not eat the same dish twice. Our favourites include the spicier Szechuan dishes and the vegetarian stew. Lucky Garden's sincere and friendly service, which has been in the trusted hands of the Tang family for three decades, is yet another reason to give it a shot. We do, however, suggest a name change though as there doesn't seem to be a garden anywhere in sight.