Featuring chef’s selection of Inamo’s signature dishes. 6 dishes per guest from a Set Menu.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 12 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 2 - 12 people
Starts: 8 January 2018
Ends: 30 June 2018
Availability: Sun 15:00-20:15
Tue-Fri 12:00-14:00 17:00-22:30
From the Set Menu.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 6 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 6 people
Starts: 16 November 2017
Ends: 30 June 2018
Availability: Sun 17:00-18:30
Tue-Fri 12:00-14:00 17:00-18:30
See availability for 1,000 point tables
Sun 4:00PM - 5:00PM 8:00PM - 9:00PM
Tue - Thu 5:00PM - 5:30PM 8:45PM - 11:00PM
Fri 5:00PM - 5:30PM 9:00PM - 11:00PM
Sat 3:00PM - 5:00PM 9:00PM - 11:45PM
I came here for a quick bite before a gig at Koko🤥, and was in and out in half an hour. The sashimi and maki I had were both good, and the service efficient. Personally I don’t like the decor, but the location was very handy for the gig.
Lots of menu choices unavailable, the technology felt clunky and the staff seemed inexperienced. We wouldn’t go back - disappointing.
We had a nice evening here and staff were friendly.
The experience over all was a little dampened by the tech not working properly, which is essentially why you visit Inamo, and an issue with the bill, where we really had to push back on with the waitress before the Manager kindly resolved it :)
The food was good, but found it was pricey for what it was, when compared to other restaurants we had visited.
We had a good evening at Inamo, just not what we expected / something special.
Was fun atmosphere and nice place! Would be better to have table longer than 1.5 hrs! Food was good but a little pricy for some things really!
Full of AV high tech creating the ambiance as projections on tables lead to games, good for families.food is surprisingly good, imagine eclectic pan-Asian, but service via iPads let’s the staff get lazy!
Great tasting menu, which we couldn't finish but had packed up for later.
The food was fantastic but unfortunately for us the service was really poor. It was our first time at the restaurant due having been given an experience voucher as a b-day present. After being taken to our table and drinks order taken (part of the voucher experience) we waited 45 minutes just to have two drinks brought over to us. No body came back to explain what we had to do re-ordering food as per our experience voucher, did it come out automatically or did we need to order specifically from the iPad on the table? We had to ask multiple times and none of the waiters really knew what was happening. Others that had arrived after us had their first course and drinks served before we did. We waited over an hour before our first course was served to us. Overall the restaurant atmosphere was pleasant and the food was beautiful, so i would recommend based on that. Perhaps if you attend without a voucher you might experience a much better service.
The food was fast and nice however one of our dishes was forgotten and had to be cancelled. The front of house was unfriendly and not very welcoming. The booking request to not be seated by the door (as the meal was a very special occasion and we wanted a nice table) was completely ignored and when I said that we had asked for this previously on the phone they couldn’t be bothered to try to accommodate or fix their own error and didn’t even seem apologetic or seem to even care. Overall the food was nice, and the gentleman who received our payment was friendly but everything else was a disappointment.
Interacting tables were fun, food was good and staff were friendly.
I went on Friday and to be honest the experience was not that great. I saw they have really good reviews so I decided to give it a go.
We had a voucher of 4 tapas for £22. The selection of tapas is okay and the portion are good. However I don’t think it’s worth the money. In addition, if you are having the voucher you cannot order anything else from their normal menu.
The food was a bit too oily for us, it’s was alright in taste. With the exception of the sugar snaps, which tested like rubber!
In terms of the service, nothing special. It took a long time for our drinks to arrive and they didn’t even arrive at the same time. The food didn’t take as long, but be prepared to wait for a sugar snaps until you finished your dinner.
Food was very disappointing. If I didn't have timeout voucher I would have been annoyed to have paid so much as I couldn't eat half of my food as everything tasted fishy and I'm a vegetarian and options were lacking.
I'd been recommended inamo from a friend who'd been to the soho branch. I was underwhelmed by the experience as a whole. Atmosphere was lacking. Staff were not particularly welcoming, friendly or attentive. The female waitress seemed fascinated by me and continuously kept looking at me: not in a waitress checking in way but more in a curiousity manner. I'm not sure she'd ever seen a woman of colour before I visited the restaurant or so it seemed. We sat in the restaurant for a while and our dishes were cleared away but no one wiped the table so we were unable to experience the interactive games and functions projected on our table.
Food was nice but the vegetarian dishes needed more love. There were many items off the menu due to a broken steamer.
Over all me and my friend enjoyed our lunch but we would not rush back to the Camden branch of inamo.
Fun and fab my teenagers loved it, my foodie adult son was very impressed by the food. We had a set menu which gave a great variety for vegetarians and meat eaters . Digital tables proved a great hoot !
It was good, the food tasted great. However, all the food came at once so some items became cold. My starters came alongside my soup which I had to abandon. The salmon was also dry so make sure you order extra teriyaki sauce. But overall the dining experience was fantastic. The interactive table was a excellent touch. Make sure when ordering, you ask your waiter to bring the items out when your finished with the previous.
I would highly recommend this place, the staff were outstanding and really deserve recognition of the excellent service they provided. Food was fast to come to the table upon ordering and was consistently good. I would also recommend the cocktails as they have an interesting and delicious selection.
It was one of the worst meal I have ever experienced the spare ribs were cold , the noodles were glupy and oily, the service was also not good at all they looked down on you
Great fun concept but possibly a little over priced for the food
Best thing about this restaurant was the interactive table that the kids could use.
No smiles at the welcome, told off when we said that we may not take the 22£ deal - though we spent almost the equivalent on the à la carte, and when booking the table we read that it was not obligatory to take it on the day.
Disappointing and not value for money particularly given the competition available who have super friendly staff.
Interactive tables where you can see your pictures, play games or order your meal and drinks. Interesting if you didn't know it before.
They were very kind including our pictures just a few hours before the dinner
The sushi here is pretty good! They have great deals that pop up to save money. I don't think I'd go here to spend the full price on the food though, as I'm not sure it's worth it and there is better and cheaper sushi elsewhere.
The one in Covent Garden was much better. Better service and ambiance !!
Very disappointed with the food , barely edible. The concept is great . The food was very poor
I had been to the Covent Garden branch and really enjoyed it. But I then got a 50% off voucher and knew I couldn't say no again. The food is great and the novelty of the tables hasn't worn off for me yet.
My biggest pet peeve re customer service is when service personnel blames the customer when it isn’t the customer’s fault. The hostess on Saturday night has got terrible attitude. I booked a table for 3 for 7pm. 2 of us turned up early at 6:30, which she kindly sit us down - we totally accept we may not get a table, so it was gracious of her to offer a table to us early. Then again the place wasn’t heaving so it didn’t cost her an arm and a leg. As she was clearing extra place settings, I told her to leave another one as our friend is turning up. She was visibly annoyed by this and accuse me of telling her at the front door that there was only 2 of us. We are very sure we did not do such a thing. She then proceeded to leave us with just 2 pointers, when there are 3 of us. Anyways, that’s just a minor detail, but I always wonder doesn’t the managers ever remind front desk to be friendlier, esp to guests who haven’t done anything wrong?
Overall - menu selection was poor, very limited options of food (our fault! we read review online and booked, didn’t check website beforehand!)
Price - too pricey for what it is.
Server - when putting another dish on our table, accidentally touched other food on our table with his fingers.
Tastiness - decent, but with poor selection, poor service, expensive prices, there are hundreds of other places in a London to spend your cash on, esp as Inamo doesn’t really like your cash.
I guess people turned up for the novelty table ordering system, while the rest got suckered into it by inaccurate online reviews.
amazing tasting menu, we especially liked the sushi! way too much food though, and we went in hungry!! The ordering system and table tech were a little glitchy...
Great food and great place. Staff were very helpful and friendly.
Was a great experience.
Restaurant had no trouble with moving my booking due to lateness.
Fantastic food, and fun in the table 😊
We spent £80 and came out starving. The interactive tables were fun but the food nothing special. Would not go again sorry
We arrived 15minlaye on the 31 Dec night because of trafic regulation. Team have accepted us.
We pass midnight with them and a glass of champagne.
Thanks a lot ;)
Very nice place with good food
The technological ordering system takes nothing away from the dining experience & the food is of top 5* quality
Lunch menu is very limited. (Only 1 veggie option) and even though we were the only ones in the restaurant we didn't get very good service. The food we did have was great but arrived a fair bit apart from each other.
Good food, quick & tasting. Very enjoyable experience.
First you get a text threatening to release booking if you don't ring back by 3pm to confirm, then when you call back, they tell you that you have 1h and half for your booking. All these before you even get to the restaurant. Guess what, the restaurant is at least half empty, and they put you at a tiny table where there isn't enough space to put all the food. Then after we finish the entire meal with a pile of edamame pods, they decided they are finally going to give us new plate even though we have already finished our meals. Food so so, cocktail water down.
Hi I’ve been to Inamo in SoHo before and I didn’t realise it was not the same experience in Camden - from an interaction perspective.
Food was nice
Really nice restaurant with interactive table video screens, but you should ask how it works because the staff won't explain you at arrival, even after we told it was our first time there, they just explained how to order from the tablet. And that makes your meal much more fun.
The food is nice and tasty.
The staff could be better, maybe showing more smiles :-)
Way over priced food that tasted half decent. The main reason we went was for the interactive table experience, but none of the clickers worked properly which was a big bummer since I had heard great things.
Nothing like the others in this chain - a very poor experience. Would not recommend.
Poor service, very limited menu, very dark surroundings. Wouldn’t reccomend and won’t be returning.
Seated by the bar where they made frozen cocktails, in a blender - so loud we couldn't always hear each other. Service was good, food was good but think atmosphere was better upstairs when I popped up. Other Inamos seem to be better in terms of vibe too.