As restrictions are slowly being lifted throughout Dubai, many places are opening back up after being shut for the last five to six weeks.

Dubai Mall, the Mall of the Emirates and more are now open, but to ensure the health and safety of the public there are guidelines in place.

Like malls, many restaurants have reopened, or are preparing to reopen.

Of course, to ensure the safety of patrons, there are rules in place. Masks are required to be worn at all times; no one over the age of 60 or children between three and 12 are permitted to dine in; dining time cannot exceed three hours; and venues can only run at a maximum of 30 per cent capacity.

Similarly all tables must be kept two metres apart and restaurants need to have a red tag showcasing their revised seating capacity – four square metres must be allocated per each guest.

Ensure you make a booking if you’re planning to visit any of the listed eateries.


Our favourite weekend hangout opened its doors over the weekend. This Mykonos-inspired getaway is the best of the best for Mediterranean cuisine.


Peruvian hotspot COYA is open daily from 12.30pm to 10pm.

LPM Restaurant & Bar

While LPM Restaurant & Dubai is now delivering, the popular French-Mediterranean eatery is now open daily from 12pm to 10pm.


Get your post-isolation sushi fix at Japanese eatery Zuma open daily from 12pm to 10pm.

Stay tuned, we’ll be updating this list as and when our favourite eateries begin to reopen.

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