Take complete control of your dining experience at Inamo, using the world’s first interactive ordering system, beamed onto your table. Order your meal, choose your virtual tablecloth, view the chefs at work on ‘chef cam’, and much more, all through your interactive table surface. A favourite with diners of any age is the option to play battleships while waiting for the food to arrive. Right in the heart of Soho, Inamo is perfect for occasions as contrasting as a first date, family meal or a birthday party - you’ll arrive talking about the technology and leave delighted by the food. As The Independent said, ‘for a magical moment, it feels like a futuristic dining utopia’.
None of this flashing table malarkey distracts from the high-quality food though. With a touch of your finger summon hot stone rib-eye – rich red slices of beef with aromatic thyme, sizzling on a hot black pebble; or choose pink slices of duck breast with sweet but citrus-sharp tamarind sauce and refreshing orange, tomato and mazuna salad. Inamo was voted London’s best restaurant of 2010 by readers of Time Out, and has a sister restaurant Inamo St James on Lower Regent St.
|Pint of Real Ale||£4.65|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£4.15|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£6.50|
|Spirit and Mixer (50ml double shot and mixer)||£5.50|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£4.95|
|Bottle of House Wine||£18.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£65.00|
A word from the chef:
The Inamo menu is truly pan-Asian in that it is inspired by Japan, China, Thailand, Korea and beyond. Try a few of their smaller sushi and dim sum plates like the seafood gyoza dumplings, or papaya pork belly, for dishes that are as full on flavour as they are on beautiful design. Small plates start from £4.50, so pick a few and dig in!
With many of us struggling to make it through an episode of The Office US without tapping at our smartphone, it makes sense for a restaurant to satisfy our appetite and addiction to screens at the same time. Enter Inamo: the interactive dining...
|Private Room 1||Private Room||20||N/A||Minimum spend is calculated according to the length of stay and areas of request||N/A||£40|
|Bar Area||Venue Hire||20||60||minimum spend is calculated according to length of staying and areas of request.|
I will forever remember the day when I have discovered Inamo. I was on my way to the airport, to pick up my dad, and so it happens I have spend all my monthly allowance, to the point that I had a couple of pennies running loose through my pockets. As I was wondering about, the terminals at Heathrow Airport, I stumbled upon this funny commercial, that I have blindly followed. Completely mesmerised by the small tv screen contents, i forgot to check an eye in which train I am embarking. So instead of taking National Express to Terminal 5, I ended up in Paddington. Oh well, not a problem under normal circumstances, but I had no money to pay the ticket and my dad was desperate to get home. Oh well, luckily the train conductor, understood my circumstances and packed me up on the next national express to heathrow terminal 5. To make it up for my dad, I took him to dine at Inamo, at his expense of course.We played battleships , commented on the kitchen stuff and ordered way too many dishes! He was so happy, he completely forgot he was in charge of the bill.
I would only recommend this restaurant to someone looking for a good break up venue. I went to Inamo with a friend hoping to have some good Japanese food, an interesting new experience, and a chat. An interactive table is a novel idea but we spent so long looking at the menu (because it was not efficiently formated) that we barely said a word to each other. I can't comment on the food because items kept disappearing from the menu. I still find it hard to believe that they ran out of so many dishes in a half empty restaurant at midday on a Saturday...what were they planning to serve the dinner crowd?Disappointing. We left after a cocktail and some edamame. The one perk was that we could request the bill at the press of a button (ok a few buttons).
This place is a real time fantasy. The interactive tables allow you to play games with your friends, order your food and watch the chef cooking your meal. It's a fun experience anyone should try when in Soho.
Didnt eat but the interactive tables look really cool!! The bar was snug and cute and good for a few cocktails in soho
One of the funnest meals I've ever had!! you can play games against each other and the table ordering system is amazing!! Food and drinks were good too!
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