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    News - inamo restaurant: where dining and technology unite

    Fancy eating at a restaurant with interactive tables? Check out inamo on Wardour Street in London's Soho.
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    Re: News - inamo restaurant: where dining and technology unite

    I'm eating there next week, will let you know
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    Re: News - inamo restaurant: where dining and technology unite

    So we went there this week, and the food wasn't anything specail.

    The tempura we had was disntictly average, while it like my scallops lightly cooked, i can't help but feel theirs where a little too lightly. The kind of quality vrs price just wasn't that impressive, when you think how many excellent Japanese restaurants there are in london, yet it certainly wasn't fusion, least not when you compare it to the likes of Gilgamesh etc.

    The surroundings where dark, as dim as a 13 year old who listens to my chemical romance, rebelling against her parents by painting her bedroom black, with paint they obviously bought for her.

    However, the projector tables are fun. They provide light in the darkness, every part of them has been designed to be novel and entertaining, from been able to customize the wallpaper pattern on the table, to the built in games. if ever you eat there, book insisting you get a projector table.

    So you have no interaction with the waiting staff until the payment at the end, everything from drinks, starters mains and deserts is ordered via the table system. Its fun and simple to use, we had a good few games of battleships which really put you in a happy mood.

    In short, an experience that is something thats novel and fun, they have a set menu for £20 per head, and its quite possible to go for 2 course ala cart for 2 people including drinks for £60.
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    Re: News - inamo restaurant: where dining and technology unite

    One of my london friends was there just before christmas. He quite enjoyed it, but I think for the tables rather than the food.

    He was dissapointed they weren't MS Surface tables though.

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