Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Xmas Eve Lunch at Inamo, London

Christmas Eve was mild but still chilly and rainy in London, so we had the pleasure of stopping in at Inamo on London's West End, a trendy restaurant featuring Pan-Asian cuisine and friendly staff. It's also a fun way to dine - especially as the menu is provided via an interactive format. Instead of being offered a traditional print menu, we chose our dishes by selecting from a touchscreen menu which was projected onto our table:



Despite my feeling cold initially and yearning for something hot to drink, I couldn't resist ordering the Tropical Storm, a sweet and iced blend of passion-fruit, pineapple and guava juice with a hint of cinnamon.
Then we ordered the creamy chicken satay for starters:
Our main courses were Black Bean Pork Fillet - succulent pork immersed in chilli, garlic, black bean with peppers and bok choi....

...and Miso & Yuzu Salmon - fillet of salmon marinated in fragrant yuzu and wasabi-spiced miso, and served on pickled salad (I liked this the best):
Their selection of wines included albino armani pinot grigio - inviting notes of baked apples, ripe pears, honey and white flowers with a hint of spiciness.


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