16 December 2010

Inamo: An Unforgettable Dining Experience

Posted by Happy Homemaker UK

I have a new favorite iPhone app: TimeOut London (free). I was browsing through The Best of London: Readers Decide (here) and came across the restaurant Inamo.  I could hardly wait to taste their yummy Asian Fusion food and experience the interactive ordering system. They have two restaurants; we chose the Regent Street location.

Inside Inamo - St James

Below you are looking at our table which was WHITE. We played around with the 'virtual tablecloth design'. We looked at the menus (Mr J's hand is on the virtual mouse) and clicked on items we'd like to see a little closer. They magically appeared on our white plate as an image. No waiter appeared to take our order - we placed it virtually. A waiter brought the meal in a matter of minutes.

Menu & Image Of Food On Plate

Projectors Above Our Heads

 Kitchen Cam

Playing 'Battleship' Against Mr. J During Dinner

Inamo met all my expectations - good food and super-fun dining experience. And yes, the St James location would be a great place to take the kids :)

XO Laura

11 comments:

Rhi@FlourChild said...

Wow! That's amazing. Do you have to book well in advance?...*adding this to looong list of things to do in London* !

Laura said...

Wow... it always amazes what London has to offer! Lx

Robynne's Nest said...

What else can I say but WOW! Oh and also was the food good? Robx

Happy Homemaker UK | Laura said...

Robynne, yes, the food was very good. Not 'hit it out of the park' great, but definitely good.
XO L

Robynne's Nest said...

Hey Happy Homemaker, we already have snow. It started around 4pm but has peetered out. Think we're in for a very cold night. My son is hoping for lots of snow so he can miss his last day of school tomorrow. It's really nice to be home, nice and snug! Robx

Kate and Russ said...

Coolio! Adding this to my list of things to do before we move...and perhaps needing to extend our assignment...

Raine and Sage said...

What an unusual restaurant, very futuristic concept, and I can imagine kids being very impressed with this! I've never seen anything like it.

JANE said...

Oh my! What an extraordinary concept. So glad you had some time out, Sweetie. J x

La Vie Quotidienne said...

What a fun place to go to...really neat!

Linda said...

This looks like such a FUN place- thanks for sharing it with us! Thanks so much for stopping by and following my blog...I am a new follower, too! So nice to make a new blogging friend!

Michelle P said...

Virtual tablecloth design! Awesome!