The interactive designer's ideal lunch spot

The prize for lunch of the month has to go to Inamo, a restaurant in Soho that combines succulent pan-Asian cuisine with an innovative interactive ordering system.

Each table has a projector set above the table, which bathes each table in a succession of warm, peaceful patterns. It also acts as a virtual desktop, which you control using an inset touchpad. From a series of menus you can order food and drinks, see into the kitchen (though boxes partially obscured our view), play simple games and even order a taxi on your way out.

Here's some shots of the restaurant's interior and interactive tables.

We recommend the sashimi platter.

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