This is the view of the inner arrangement of London’s Inamo [Swish Oriental]restaurant.The very picture you see might suggest an arranged table, with food served in plates but is not so. Even they don’t have a real menu card and that’s why it gets so exciting. The table consists of a track pad that allows you to browse the menu which is projected from above [not to be confused with microsoft surface] and even see the food that you have chosen in the circular plates.You are able to place your order without waiting for an assistance.
While you wait you may as well enjoy the different games provided and even have the liberty to change your table-top designs with the pre-loaded virtual options. In addition to it you can even watch the cooks preparing the dishes, arrange a taxi and even browse tube maps…..yes, just from where you are seated! Last but not the least the system even produces the evening’s bill. So what do you feel about this restaurant at London’s Soho? Pretty cool and interactive!