Dinner at Inamo - Very Cool.

Monday, March 18


It is incredible how you can live in one of the largest cities in the World, with so many incredible restaurants, and still get stuck in a rut of going to the same places over and over again.  Last week Jen and I realised with horror that we hadn't seen each other in almost a month, and that we were urgently in need of a catch up.

Jen suggested that we try somewhere new, and go to Inamo, in Soho, which is an "interactive oriental fusion restaurant and bar."

It was fabulous.

The table has a touchpad to each person's right hand side, which brings up the menu onto the table, and you order from there.  Only time you see a waiter is when they deliver your food to you.

Whilst you browse the menu, an image of the dish or drink that you are perusing pops onto your plate.






And you can change the background colour of the table...



And if you are wondering what the chefs are up to - click on the live video link...


They recommend that you share dishes and that you each choose two small and one large dish.

To drink I had the Appleberry Mojio and the Jasmine Pearls Tea.


For the smaller dishes, we had the seared salmon maki, pork ribs, chicken satay, and squid and spring onion dim sum.


Our large dishes were the Miso and Yuzo Salmon and the Korean Beef and Noodle Salad.

The food was all incredibly delicious, and the novelty of the interactive table, pretty priceless.

Food winners for me, were the pork ribs and the Miso and Yuzo Salmon was possible the most life changing salmon dish I've ever eaten - and I've eaten a lot of Salmon... 


Time for the bill?


No need to try and catch the waiters attention here.

It's a little pricey so a bit of a treat, but the atmosphere and delicious food make it so worth it...

Thanks Jen for a lovely evening...


And for discovering every feature that the interactive table had to offer!


Inamo, I will be back, perhaps for a celebration with Pete when he has written his exams in June...

Londoners, I highly recommend that you visit here...and boys, we couldn't think of a cooler place to be taken on a first date...
 
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