Expect stunning views of the Jumeirah shoreline and the Burj Al Arab when you dine at the much-loved beachside haunt that is home to some of the best Greek dishes in the region. The wild Greek seabass carpaccio as well the yellowfin tuna crudo are just two of our must-try dishes.
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More on UAE Lockdown Restrictions
After weeks of experiencing a 24-hour lockdown, UAE officials announced that residents living in Dubai would be subject to weaker COVID-19 restrictions from Friday, April 24.
Several of the updates include the lifting of the 24-hour lockdown ban in Dubai. Residents can now travel between the hours of 6 AM to 10 PM without applying for a permit. From 10 PM to 6 AM, UAE residents are permitted to leave their houses for medical emergencies only.
Public transport services within the UAE have also resumed operations, and residents can now exercise outside of their house, provided that they maintain a safe social distance and wear face masks. No more than three household residents can exercise at the same time. Gyms, salons, and cinemas remain closed.
Malls and restaurants within shopping malls have resumed operations, with a limit of 30 percent capacity at all times. The revised mall timings are from 12 PM to 10 PM. Offices and office buildings have also reopened, with 30 percent of the workforce allowed to work in the office space. All employees working in the office, are required to maintain a safe social distance and are to wear face masks at all times.
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