Time Out says
Inamo serves Asian fusion food in a very unusual setting. The ‘interactive ordering system’ consists of an illustrated menu projected onto the table surface, and also provides a platform for a range of digital activities. The food shows influences from numerous Asian cuisines, with western touches also in evidence. Dishes are intended for sharing, and are served when they’re ready.
134-136 Wardour St
|Transport:||Tube: Tottenham Court Road|
|Price:||Meal for two with wine and service: around £70.|
|Opening hours:||Meals served noon-3.30pm, 6pm-midnight Mon-Sat|
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Users say (40)
Average User Rating
3.1 / 5
- 5 star:9
- 4 star:7
- 3 star:8
- 2 star:6
- 1 star:8
I have been searching for Sushi as good as the standard of sushi in Australia since my return to the UK and I found it! All the sushi and food was so fresh and delicious! Cool games room, really enjoyed playing old school games, made me relive the countless hour playing Mario Kart as a kid.The dragon rolls were amazing! Would definitely recommend.
The food was amazing, really enjoyed everything that was on offer! We had a great time using the new games room that has over 100 retro games that can be played :)
Cool atmosphere, good food but service isn't great. We were told we only had our table for an hour but the food took 25 minutes to get to our table after ordering, so we weren't really able to order + eat + order again as you are meant to do. Love the idea and it was an interesting experience but probably wouldn't return based off the time pressure. Good place to take visitors to London though!
This is one of my absolute favourite bottomless brunch deals.
£30 gets you a huge range of small plates along with as much bubbly as you can drink. They're very generous on the booze side, plonking the bottle down there on the table so you can concentrate on eating and drinking til your heart is content, not wondering where the waiting staff are. While you are waiting you can also play games right on the table which is a lot of fun especially after a few glasses of fizz!
You order the food on the iPad which is both a little gimicky but also quite handy as you can see pictures right there, look back at what you've already ordered, and get orders ready without placing them straight away. The food is very good - the thai curries in particular were a highlight. The sushi is nice, if a little unimaginative.
A friend and I bought the £30 buffet deal through Time Out where you get unlimited food and bubbly for 90mins at the Soho or Covent Garden branch. We chose Covent Garden. Though there was a limited menu because of the deal we chose, we still got a good selection. Some portions were bigger than others but the food tastes great. The staff are very helpful and you send your order through a tablet on your table so everything is quick. You can't take any leftovers with you which I think is a huge waste of food so one less star for that. The tables are interactive which I've not experienced before so that was cool
Love this place! Such delicious food & the technology is really good fun. Very friendly team who make you feel very welcome. Would highly recommend.
The tastiest meal and such great value for money! We enjoyed 4 courses for £20 pre theatre and I would most definitely return, even if just to eat the banana and ice-cream pudding again! I loved the fact that the fact that the tables were interactive, great fun little gimmick!
I love this place, you order electronically from the table. I think it is a fantastic idea that really works! Whilst you're waiting for the food you can play games with your guest. The entertainment never stops! The food is absolutely delicious, you do have to book in advance though as this place always gets booked up!
Went here for a party in the new Games Room, and loved it. Playing Mario Kart on Wii, and then FIFA on PS4. Also watched some live football as there are two large projection screens side by side and you can put your own content up there direct from phone, etc. Also recently visited the Covent Garden branch for the Bottomless Brunch which is well worth it too!
Felt pressured to finish my meal quickly so the service seemed rude, didn't have time to finish my dessert :(
Went there with a TimeOut voucher for unlimited Tapas and Fizz and left every ‘happy’ and full.
The ambiance is very interesting, with interactive tables that allows you to order the food and see photos of each dish.
In terms of quality - tasty plates and big variety.
I recommend going there with an unlimited voucher (often available at TimeOut shop) but not sure if I would go there without
The Soho branch is truly awful. Their is a limited amount of choice on food and the staff are extremely rude. I ordered Shredded Duck and it came out as a whole duck, when I kindly asked the staff to shred the duck like the other branches did , they said 'sorry we don't do it we are too busy' , worst the manager said the exact same thing. Awful experience.
I like the concept of this place however in reality, it's pretty shocking. The place is incredibly dark and you can't really see what you're eating. The interactive tables are gimmicky but once again, I understand the whole idea of it and it's very unusual. The novelty does wear off very quickly.
Went on a date to Inamo on a Thursday night, thought the staff was lovely and attentive, food was served promptly and tasted delicious - satay chicken and the aubergine was amazing! Also had a couple of sushi dishes which were good. The menu was a bit fiddly to start with but once we got the hang of it there were no issues. I'd definitely recommend others to go.
I went here in 2012 and while the food was pretty tasty, it was also pretty pricy. However, the main problem was the restaurant is sooooooo cold! We asked if the aircon could be turned up but apparently they need it so low to ensure the projectors don't overheat. Would NOT recommend going if you (like me) tend to feel the cold or like eating in a cosy restaurant.
The e-menu is fiddly. The tables are packed so close together you can share your food with other diners, not that you would because the portions are rather small. The flavors and presentation are good. Our meal for 2 was around £70 at lunch time, excluding drinks, and we weren't even stuffed. By the way, our combined weight is 18.5 stone so we're not exactly pigs.
This restaurant was a horrible experience. A tech gimmic was an excuse for no customer service. Its like ordering takeout but paying for a nice restaurant. You might as well go back and do the dishes. You will end up doing everything else.
Pretentious, presumptuous, plain: waste of money We were utterly disappointed by this restaurant. The small dishes we ordered were just about average; though the sushi was nice. The larger dishes we chose (salmon and duck) had no taste whatsoever. Especially the fish was poor considering the quality and quantity. The majority of staff was condescending, almost arrogant. One girl was constantly smacking on chewing gum while dealing with the costumers! Luckily, not everyone showed such impolite and unprofessional behaviour. The interior is very nice and interesting. In fact, the computer screen tables were the only enjoyable thing about our visit at Inamo. You would expected much better food considering the price, attitudes, atmosphere, and presentation of the dishes.
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