Review: Inamo

If there is anything that I recommend buying on TimeOut Offers it’s this.

£30 – Unlimited tapas and bubbles for 1.5 hours at Inamo.

Let me tell you why:

  • They leave the bottle on the table
  • The table is interactive
  • You order food off a tablet
  • SO MUCH FOOD

I have bought this voucher twice, THAT’S how much I love it and I’ve arrived late every time…and regret it….every time.

1.5 hours is not long enough as I say with all bottomless brunches and naturally if it’s bottomless food, no time is long enough.

You just order..

INAMO

and order…

INAMO Korean Chicken Wings

and order..

INAMO1

Until they tell you no!

no no

SO this is what you can order and I have highlighted the best bits in pink:

  • Salt and pepper squid – fresh crispy baby squid in light tempura, served with Inamo’s house chilli sauce
  • Sichuan chicken – a mix of spicy chicken with chilli garlic sauce, ginger, onion and peppers
  • Spicy salmon maki – Scottish salmon rolled with a house chilli garlic into maki and sprinkled with shichimi
  • Tomato and Avocado salad – cherry tomatoes with ginger, chilli and shallots with an avocado flower
  • Chicken and vegetable gyoza – four soft Chinese dumplings filled with tender chicken and vegetables. Served with chilli oil and mirin sauce
  • Red dragon roll (v) – red peppers rolled around cucumber and avocado
  • Korean chicken wings – locally-sourced chicken wings glazed in tangy Korean BBQ sauce and dusted with desiccated coconut
  • Vegetable spring rolls (v) – three crispy vegetable spring rolls served with Inamo’s house chilli sauce
  • BBQ vegetable noodles (v) – egg noodles and fresh vegetables tossed in Korean BBQ glaze and soy ginger reduction
  • Salmon sashimi on mooli – Scottish salmon in five slices resting on mooli dressed with house tataki sauce
  • Tuna and cucumber hosomaki – line-caught tuna and cucumber in a sushi roll
  • Crispy vegetable tempura maki (v) – vegetables in a light tempura rolled with avocado and drizzled with house mayo
  • Beef tataki – rare British fillet in ginger and ponzu sauce
  • Salmon tataki – fresh Scottish salmon sashimi finished with a sweet miso and yuzu marinade
  • Sizzling chilli tofu – tofu with mixed bell peppers and onion, BBQ sauce and chilli
  • Miso soup – traditional Japanese soup with spring onion, seaweed and tofu
  • Veg miso soup – a vegetarian version of the traditional Japanese soup
  • Edamame (v) – steamed soya beans sprinkled with sea salt and served with a soy-mirin dipping sauce
  • Rice (v) – steamed rice served simply
  • Wasabi fries (v) – these are always sold out but please try and let me know!
  • Seaweed salad (v) – thin, crunchy wakame seaweed, lightly dressed and sprinkled with sesame seeds

So much god damn choice (taken from TimeOut)

Something I will say is make sure when they ask if you want more water, you ask for tap water because they will charge (I can’t remember how much for it) and I might sound stingy but “break the seal to know it’s real” and all that and I hate being charged for no reason.

Apart from that, it’s so great!

So sign up to time out and make sure that you book this offer the next time it come’s round which is relatively frequently.

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I would recommend this for..

  • People who love piles on piles of food
  • Bottomless brunch

I wouldn’t recommend this for…

  • People who don’t like asian food – ya crazy bastards

Top tip: 

  • Arrive on time!!!!
  • Keep track of your order or you’ll end up with 5 plates of sushi…like us

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