London is full of strange places and interesting experiences. So I wasn’t surprised when dins on the town was Asian fusion in a hot new restuarant.
What did surprise me at the gorgeous Inamo in Soho was that you could order your own food using an interactive table/projector/computer-esque type set up, where the menu and associated pictures were projected on to your table setting from above, the menu itself navigated by means of a circular ‘mouse pad’ on the actual table top. Huge fun. And delicious, despite weird lags in stuff coming out from the kitchen. The salted endame beans….man, I loved them so much I forgot to take a photo!
You could also change the background of your table, play games and book further entertainment at one of the many establishments in the area.
So I shouldn’t have been as surprised as I was that we ended up singing Karaoke in a private suite in at The Lucky Voice down the road, thanks to a cunning prompt from our table waitron programme. Belting out 80s tunes under the purple glow of space invaders type electronic hearts and crosses made me surprisingly happy.
Having to get up for work the next morning, not so much.
More photos after the jump….
Wondering whether singing that loudly was what prompted the sicky sickness? Either way, I’m back on form. Yay!