Inamo Restaurant in London

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Nov 3, 2008 • References: inamo-restaurant & springwise
At Inamo Restaurant in London, dining is an interactive experience in more ways than one. The tech-savvy eatery features touchscreen tables at each booth, where diners can select their pan-Asian meal from the digital menu that appears. Patrons can also customize the design on their digital 'tablecloth,' select the sounds that are played in their booth, access live cameras trained on the chefs, and play games while they wait for their food.

Inamo Restaurant's touchscreens offer other vital information as well, like neighborhood nightlife and event details and the ability to request a taxi directly from their table. Inamo's design was inspired partially by the lackluster service received at other venues; Springwise is quick to point out, however, that Inamo's staff still brings your food to your table and is available to answer questions.

The head chef at Inamo Restaurant in London is Anthony Sousa Tam, who has previously manned the kitchens of Nobu, Ubon and Hakkasan. Stats for Touchscreen Dining Trending: Older & Mild
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