Inamo could be the future of dining: interactive tables, a games room, and dishes from all over Asia.
Inamo is the world’s first restaurant with interactive tables and is clearly lightyears ahead of its competitors. You can actually order your food directly from the table itself but that’s only where the fun begins. Interactive projections will enable you to unleash your inner artist and graffiti the tabletop, spy on the chefs in the kitchen and take part in a bunch of retro games! The options are endless, and the food is equally as impressive – how does a sushi and Asian tapas afternoon tea, or unlimited Asian tapas with bottomless drinks sound to you?
You’ll find Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Thai food on the menu. This is a fusion of Asian cuisines unlike any other. There will be plenty of sushi, sashimi, Asian tapas, soups and a number of larger sharing dishes to go round. And if you’re spoilt for choice, their Tasting Menu will provide you with five dishes handpicked by the chef.
While Inamo is first and foremost a restaurant, they give bars a good run for their money. Quality wine, beer and fizz will be at your disposal, and if you’re after a fruity cocktail with a twist, ‘Knock Down Ginger’ and ‘Tropical Tornado’ are both great choices.
There are three branches in London, each providing top quality food, a unique dining experience and a few surprises up their sleeve. Inamo Camden features a beautiful seated garden which is perfect for those warm evenings, whilst the Soho venue is home to a games room with double wall projections, over 150 games and consoles for all guests to play with. Finally, the Onyx Room is a private games room with beautiful black-lit onyx panels that can be found in the Covent Garden restaurant.
Better still are Inamo’s bottomless brunch and afternoon tea offerings, which you can scoff whilst happily doodling away on those interactive tables. How does unlimited Asian tapas, sushi, and bottomless drinks sound? Clearly, Inamo has one of the most incredible menus out there and if you want to eat (and drink) to your heart’s content, this is your best option! Asian tapas, sushi, sharing platters and sides will be all yours to devour. Don’t worry if your eyes are bigger than your belly, you’ll have a full hour and a half to eat your heart out. Book your tickets here.
Maybe Inamo’s sushi and Asian tapas afternoon tea is more your style? For under £20 you can enjoy 90 minutes worth of pan-Asian, mouthwatering goodness. You’ll have a long list of dishes to work through including yakitori, sashimi, dragon rolls, and panko chicken lollipops, to name a few. No afternoon tea would be ever complete without desserts, and luckily they have plenty. For those feeling extra bubbly, you can upgrade your glass of fizz for a bottomless supply (we won’t judge). Find your tickets here.
Both options are available at all three Inamo venues, though the times will vary. Dinner, drinks, and doodles – looks like Inamo is the full package!
Find the Soho branch at 134-136 Wardour Street, W1F 8ZP, the Covent Garden restaurant at 11-14 Hanover Square, WC2E 9JP, and the Camden joint at 265 Hampstead Road, NW1 7QX.