Looking for a meal with a difference? This quirky Asian restaurant puts you in control of your surroundings using fun interactive technology.
As you sit down to dishes inspired by everywhere from Japan and Korea to China and Thailand, you’ll be able to change your virtual tablecloth, watch the chefs putting together your meal on “chef cam” and play games against your dining companions; whatever their age.
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Inamo Covent Garden
11-14 Hanover Place
Nice place. Very popular! I liked the interactive tables where you can play games and change the tablecloth while u wait for your food!! You use tablets to order your food which is also fun! Service was good didnt have to wait long to get food and get bill. Food was nice, a nice selection of food and drink. Would definitely go back!!more
We got a great deal through Time Out: unlimited pan-Asian tapas and unlimited prosecco for £30 pp brunch.
I felt a bit sorry for them because I think we rinsed the deal pretty hard. There were five of us and somehow we had five bottles of prosecco. The amount of food being brought out got embarrasing for some at the table.
Happily, the food was fantastic. Particular favourites of the group...more
Inamo offers a good selection of Asian dishes, ranging from Japanese through to Korean ensuring that most ground is covered. Both small dishes and larger main dishes are on the menu which are equally tasty. The Black Cod in spicy Miso is one of my favourites here, with the spicy miso marinade pairing perfectly with the succulent piece of cod, cooked to perfection.
However on this visit I...more
We were very excited about going to the new Inamo, when I told to my daughter about the art tablet-based ordering systems and interactive animated table-top projections she couldn't wait to go to Covent Garden and try it, she was pushing for it all week long.
This hidden restaurant is spread over 3 floors, providing plenty of space for family, groups, and larger Corporate meals as well. Has a...more
With only a few outstanding dishes but marked up prices for the interactive table that no longer functions to its full capacity, Inamo was quite disappointing.
I miss the old Inamo and how you were able to project your food items on your plate, see the prices before making an order. If I remember correctly there were a better selection of games and it was cool how you can order a taxi to pick...more