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My dinner at Inamo, Covent Garden last week was certainly one of the more contemporary restaurant experiences I have had recently. With projectors above each table, diners can play games on the table, watch the chefs live in the kitchen and order your food and drinks, all by moving a little mouse around the table. 480 more words
Flat Iron was part of London’s first wave of ‘restaurants that served you one thing’. The original on Beak street had long queues outside for ages (because who can say ‘no’ to a £10 steak) but I heard that the new branch on Henrietta Street was much bigger (ergo less queue?!?!?) so I popped over for a steak, chips, salad and a glass of wine (your standard steak dinner). 1,103 more words
A quiet moment in one of Covent Garden’s covered arcades. For more on the history of Covent Garden, see our earlier post here.