Interactive restaurant Inamo's latest site has just opened in Camden, and if you're not sure what we mean by "interactive", it's where you can play games, change the lighting of your environment, and even watch the chefs at work thanks to overhead projectors on each table.
Dishes are ordered via a tablet with handy, colourful images of each and they're not half bad - on our visit highlights included deliciously rare-in-the-middle wagyu sliders served with wasabi fries, fried sea bream in a rich red pepper sauce, and yum buns, assemble-yourself steamed buns to be stuffed with sliced pork, duck and beef, along with an aromatic mix of fennel, mint, coriander and cucumber.
We also strongly recommend the sushi bagel, a clever Japanese and Jewish montage of a ring of rice topped with seared salmon, tuna, prawn and avocado dolloped with cream cheese, and Iberico baby pork ribs.
Cocktails are highly appealing too, including plenty of Asian-inspired drinks with sake. There's also a large terrace kitted out with its own bar and kitchen which is sure to be buzzing once the temperature rises.