Virtual menus navigated via table top projections are only half the fun atÂ Inamo, an innovative new pan-Asian restaurant and bar on Wardour Street in London’s Soho. Hi-tech diners can dial-up the Chef Cam â€“ a live-feed into the kitchen â€“ and play Battleship with the person sitting opposite, too. Along with navigating food and drink options via the touch-sensitive panel, choosy customers can pick from a range of animated appearances to create a virtual tablecloth.Â If you think all this fun comes at the expense of a creative kitchen, think again. Chef Alexander Ziverts’ pedigree has allowed him to develop an expertise inÂ Asian-fusion flavors, drawing inspirationÂ from Japan, Thailand and China. Put into dishes like soft-shell crab maki rolls, Hamachi in a soy truffle emulsion, cinnamon chicken, and Berkshire pork in an unexpectedly spicy chocolate sauce, it’s a flavorful reminder of what first made Asian-fusion such a revelation to Western palates. Amusingly, this first London restaurant venture from Danny Potter and Noel Hunwick was born from the pairâ€™s frustration at trying to hail down a waiter to request the bill. â€œWe wanted to create a dining experience that would adapt around the customer’s preference,” said Potter, “and at the same time reflect the technological advancements of today’s modern living.â€ Necessity, as they say, is the mother of invention. At Inamo it also hails what might very well be the future.