This pan-Asian restaurant
has always had a penchant for technology (you order your food from touch-screen tables in the main space). Now, it’s adding a private games room to its offering.
Inside there’s double wall projections spanning more than 150in, and over 150 games to choose from. The screens are also compatible for live sport showings and presentations, but with the likes of Chromecast, Apple TV, PS4s, and Wiis in place, gaming is the go-to favourite for a more experiential evening that combines playing, eating and drinking.
Groups of eight can all join in at once, and there’s a bar included in the room. Pre-order food and drink packages to maximise entertainment time: we like the sound of the Power Up buffet for a selection of Asian tapas and sushi. Minimum spends do apply for the two-hour sessions.