You can also set the 'ambiance' by choosing a pattern or image for your tablecloth, summon a waiter, watch Chef Cam, examine your order so far and see how much you've spent plus the total for your group (yikes! oh well, the boss is paying, whack on more sake), or even play Battleships with the person opposite you (which must have killed many a promising relationship).
I had a fabulous starter of baby prawns in crispy batter with some sort of chilli jam, then duck which was fairly ordinary and my know-it-all colleague informed me was overcooked (so I'm not letting him taste my food again).
By the time we came to order dessert there were only two choices left on the menu, ice cream or sorbet, which was a bit poor for twenty to eight in the evening but nevertheless delicious.
Afterwards we descended to the bar, then to a nearby pub, then I scarpered to catch the last train back to Bromley. I think I may have had twelve gins over six hours. A good night.