I had the pleasure of being invited to visit the restaurant Inamo in Covent garden. I was really looking forward to it as I had previously heard about their infamous interactive tables. I’m a huge fan of Pan Asian cuisine so I was really excited to be tantalised with what Inamo had to offer. My dining partner of choice was my best friend Roberta. She’s not the biggest fan of this cusine so I was excited to have her on board to see if she could be won over. We were greeted and given a complimentary refreshing glass of prossecco. I would say it was more of a prossecco cocktail as it had a citrus-y twang to it. We spent a few minutes with the waitress who showed us how to use the tablet and the interactive table. She also showed us that there is an option to turn on the ‘chef cam’ to watch the chefs cooking our meals which I thought was a great feature for nosy people like myself.
It seemed relatively easy to sort through the menu and order food. There was also the option to call the waiter if anymore assistance is required. We ordered a generous amount of sides/starters and two mains but decided that we were to share the whole lot. The food came promptly which I was extremely happy about because I was so hungry! Not only that, I’m a girl who likes to instagram food pictures so to have all my food come together is a huge plus! We started off with the ribs and the coconut Korean chicken wings.
I really liked that the coconut gave the chicken wings a fresh twist and it really complimented the flavourful sweet and sticky marinade that it was cooked in. I’m also a huge fan of ribs so I was very excited to try Inamo’s take on them. I absolutely love the marinade on the ribs but I found that they didn’t fall off the bone as I would usually expect so it made it quite hard to eat.