Dubai restaurants and malls are gradually reopening, and some restaurants in Dubai are starting to serve iftar for Ramadan.
The reopenings follow the announcement by the Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management on Friday April 24 regarding the partial reduction in restrictions on movement in Dubai during Ramadan.
Visitors to restaurants in Dubai that are now open, and restaurants themselves that have reopened, must adhere to the UAE’s strict health and safety rules, including wearing a mask.
Adults over the age of 60 and kids aged between three and 12 are not permitted to dine in at Dubai restaurants, while dining time must not exceed three hours.
Restaurants must reduce the number of seats to 30 percent, and all restaurants must have a red tag with revised maximum seating capacity based on four square metres per guest. There must be a distance of two metres between tables.
Restaurants in Dubai offering dine-in iftars:
Dhs250. Open Tue-Sat 6.30pm-10pm. Mandarin Oriental Jumeira Dubai, Jumeirah 1 (04 777 2232).
Dhs160. Daily sunset-9pm. Palace Downtown, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai (04 436 892).
Prices vary. Daily sunset-10pm. Canopy Dubai Al Seef Hotel, Bur Dubai (04 707 7077).
Dhs180 per person. Daily sunset-9pm. Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach, Jumeirah (04 270 7803).
Dhs180. Sunset onwards. Mandarin Oriental Dubai Jumeira, Jumeirah (04 777 2233).
The Restaurant at Address Downtown
Dhs160. Daily sunset-9pm. Address Downtown, Downtown Dubai (04 436 8920).
Dhs195 per person. Daily 6pm-9pm. Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 2000).
For a list of Dubai restaurants that are now open click here.