Really interesting little place, loved being able to order through the table and the food was yummy!
Failing to get the waiter’s attention when dining out can be a frustrating experience, which is why Danny Potter and Noel Hunwick have created a restaurant and bar featuring virtual menus...
The interactive screen is easy to use but distracting and a but gimmicky. The food is good though, not exceptional.
Touch the table to order and items come from the kitchen quickly, about £10 for large portions. You can see them making the food too! Watch out for the crowds though.
The hot stone rib eye, duck wrap, small shrimp and soft shell crab rolls. Delicious. Plus it's absolutely and positively necessary to geek out about the menu
Great restaurant for a date because the interactive screen will help cover any awkward silences and help you bond. Plus, the food is great!
This restaurant hasn't been given any attention since 2010. Tired decor, chipped plates, old technology and mediocre food.
Order on the table and food appears. The British equivalent of the Larry David bell. Pretty, pretty, good pan-Asian in Soho.
Ah boring mealtime conversation can be a thing of the past when you've got battleships and the pop-the-balloons game!
Great place which I've loved every single time. Try the miso black cod & truffle marble beef. YUM.