Inamo Restaurant Review


Cuisine: Asian/Oriental

134-136 Wardour Street,
Soho, London,

Opening Times:
Mon-Thu 12pm – 11.30pm
Fri-Sat 12pm – 12am
Sun 12pm – 10.30pm

020 7851 7051


Inamo is a restaurant and bar serving Oriental fusion food via a unique interactive ordering system. Orders are placed from an illustrated food and drinks menu projected on to each diners table surface!! Customers are also able to set the mood, change the table images, and even spy on the kitchen staff through a webcam.

Artichoke’s Rating (explained)
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Artichoke says:
Mmm, the concept of the restaurant is unique and interesting! The food was pleasant, the highlight being the cocktails and desserts, which were different and delicious. However, the Wagyu beef was a bit chewy and the luxury set menu was small for the price. Most dishes can be projected onto your table before ordering, allowing you to judge the portion size. However, this was not the case with the set menu! When it arrived on my table it was a bit of disappointment… Not so magical…
Orders are placed through the interactive table system, although you do have the option to speak to a waiter if you so choose. To call a waiter, you can use the interactive system, or, if you’re lucky, gain their attention (they seem to wander around aimlessly!) The food arrived in a weird order, it seems to come whenever it’s ready, regardless of whether it’s a starter, main course, side dish or drink (this may be due to the waiters having no sense of what has been ordered, yet they still take 10% service charge!?!?)

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Thai Basil Pannacotta with coconut foam.

Pandan Macaroon with Yuzu and white chocolate mousse.

Berkshire Pork Neck with confit of apple and spicy chocolate sauce.
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