The new venue will feature an al fresco garden and roof terrace, with a street food–style bar menu cooked on an outdoor robata grill.
Inamo – which launched in Soho in 2008 – allows guests to order food using tablets and control images projected on to their table.
Diners in Camden will be able to instantly rate their meal, change the colour and pattern of their digital tablecloths, play games and draw directly on surfaces using the technology.
Lee Skinner, Inamo CEO, said: “After searching for an iconic site in NW1, we are delighted to share that we have today secured the lease to the restaurant site directly opposite Mornington Crescent tube station, adjacent to Greater London House.”
It is the second Inamo to launch this year after the group relocated its St James’ restaurant to Covent Garden in January.