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inamo

134-136 Wardour Street, Soho, London, W1F 8ZP

((()* Asian
Opening hours
Monday to Wednesday: 17:00 - 23:30
Thursday: 15:00 - 17:00
Friday & Saturday: 12:00 - 00:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 22:30

It was a good experience! The lighting was a little bright.. It was very efficient service.

Claudia Baker 02 April 2017
from London

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With the world’s first interactive ordering system and stylish Asian influenced decor, inamo blends cutting edge technology with fine Pan-Asian cuisine and trendy cocktails.

The innovative E-Table system allows diners to see illustrated food menus projected onto the table surface. Customise you virtual tablecloth, order when you want, get your bill when you want, and call a waiter at the touch of a button. The pioneering inamo experience allows you to view live images from the kitchen, play games and even order a taxi.

The inamo menu has a flavoursome selection of dishes, with influences from Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai cuisine. From pan-fried sea bass to crispy silky tofu, Thai red curry to delicious sushi, everything is meant to be shared. An extensive drinks menu features a choice wine list, an extensive selection of sakes and beers, inventive cocktails and more.

With 2 stylish dining rooms and an intimate basement bar, inamo restaurant in Soho is a 6-minute walk from Piccadilly Circus Tube Station.

For bookings for 7 people or more, please contact inamo directly.

inamo

134-136 Wardour Street, Soho, London, W1F 8ZP

Contact +44 2078517051

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Customer reviews for inamo

3.6 ((()* (based on 206 reviews)
73% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • dinner (115)
  • trendy (83)
  • entertainment (75)
  • romantic (58)
  • large parties (54)
  • lunch (53)
  • child friendly (38)
  • value (26)
  • luxury (25)
  • business (24)
  • private dining (13)
  • views (5)
  • al fresco (2)
  • breakfast (1)
  • (((** 19 April 2017 by Kate Bates from London

    We had the Feast on London unlimited tapas and a cocktail for £28. The cocktail was vile - just putting that aside - the meal was very tasty, the service was quick and we enjoyed pretty much every dish. The selection is pretty wide, the beef and salmon tataki were especially good, and the spicy salmon rolls. I read some bad reviews but overall the experience was good, we weren't rushed but they do prefer service charge in cash which wasn't ideal and made splitting the bill very complicated!!

  • ((*** 13 April 2017 by Signy Svendsen from Son

    This was a playground for children. Fun with click and choose. But the service was bad, the food medium - exept the sushi. The music too loud to have a conversation. And expencive.

  • (**** 12 April 2017 by Soraya Sanjoori from London

    The food is of a very poor quality, they add the optional service charge on to the bill of 12.5% even though you order from the table.

    I would not go back here again, very overpriced for such poor quality and presentation. Was sat on basically the same table as another couple-no space between us.

    The table is the only USP of the restaurant chain and even that only has 4 games to choose from.

    Think they need to rethink their food choices for the menu if they are going to charge £9 for fishcakes which were all potato and fish skin.

  • (**** 10 April 2017 by Bella S from London

    It was awful. The food was greasy and overpriced. Rude staff!

  • (((** 9 April 2017 by Catherine Mackay from London

    The restaurant was good, I was apprehensive about coming after making the booking after seeing lots of bad reviews about the service. I didn't think it was that bad, maybe a little slow but after reading that I expected it. The food was average on some parts but good in others, the salt & pepper squid is great, as it the sushi. However I found some the the food lacking in flavour the vermicelli noodles were still stuck together so it didn't feel fresh. Portion sizes were decent. The restaurant itself is cool there's a good vibe & playing with the interactive tables games was cool. All in all it was an enjoyable experience but wouldn't go back just for the food alone. Not as high quality as Roka etc..

  • ((((* 2 April 2017 by Claudia Baker from London

    It was a good experience! The lighting was a little bright.. It was very efficient service.

  • ((*** 30 March 2017 by Issy Bucknall from London

    Unfortunately it was a disaster. It seemed like the staff were overwhelmed by the uptake on the deals that they had running and were struggling in the kitchen and also in the restaurant. Tables were left with old dishes on and staff spent all night apologising. We were told we had a 90 minute seating slot. We ordered as soon as we sat down and didn't receive our first dishes for an hour. Out of the many dishes we ordered we received under half and none of them were any of the hot dishes. Some people were leaving before any food had arrived and everyone was refusing to pay the full price. Unfortunately this deal of unlimited sushi is clearly unfeasible for the chef and only results in disgruntled customers! The sushi that did arrive was good but not good enough for the wait!

  • (**** 30 March 2017 by Sabrina Mehta from London

    I went for the unlimited tapas and sushi menu for £28 and it was such a disappointment. The quality of the food was terrible. Nothing was nice. The fish wasn't fresh and had a strong fishy smell, everything was very salty and had a lot of chilli salt thrown at it. The okra curry was bitter and not edible. Chicken wings were so small and chewy. We ordered two of the same dishes as there were 4 of us and they didn't come cooked and presented the same. Service was slow and lacking. We had wrong dishes delivered to our table and when we pointed it out the waiter said oh well, just have it.

  • ((*** 22 March 2017 by Jonas F from London

    We reserved and got a confirmed booking at Inamo. I luckily passed by 45 minutes before our time and poped in to see that everything was allright. It was not. No booking was to be found even I had the confirmation email in my phone. Asking if we could sit down we were declined due to the bar was closed. IT was also some sour scent in the restaurant that made me uneager to take the fight to get a table. We went back to the bar were we came from further down the street (J+R Rye), a really nice grill bar with excellent staff and good food too. We had a great dinner. But not at Inamos...

  • (((** 15 March 2017 by Steph Healy from London

    Firstly, we were turned away at the restaurant as they didn't have our booking. Quite embarrassing considering I had booked and got a confirmation. They would not accommodate our booking therefore I walked to the Covent Garden branch in hope for a table. They were very understanding and apologies on behalf of SOHO. Once we finally got a table at another restaurant the food was really good and the deal was worth the money.

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