In Dubai, many Restaurants have started to welcome customers to dine in their premises including the age group of 12 to 60, whereas these age groups are still prohibited to enter Shopping malls still. By easing restrictions things have started to return to their normal life and business are gradually started to reopen all over UAE, But due to age gap restriction, many of the families are still unable to take their children and their elderly parents to many restaurants inside the Shopping mall.
Reopening of restaurants which aren’t situated in shopping malls allow all-age customers to visit and dine-in, which has become a relief for many people who desires to hang out with whole family including kids and their elderly parents, such as
Thai restaurant, little Bangkok with seven branches in the city in which all are happy to welcome guests of all age groups.
Maria Bonita, Best food point in Dubai with family-friendly system for those who are craving Mexican Cuisine, its located in Umm Suqeium and also welcomes young and elderly Guests within its premises. Including a British Restaurant, Wokyo Noodle Bar, reform Social and Grill are also open to all age groups.
Ministry of Health and Prevention with National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority strictly advised regulation for Restaurants and Malls to follow the command for Children and Elderly to Prohibit entry at shopping malls, co-operative societies, supermarkets and retail stores located out of shopping malls, further two organization said, the decision is implemented for precautionary measures, But Dubai has still Barred Toddlers age 3 to 12 and Elders over 60 from Shopping Malls specifically.
In Abu Dhabi Shopping Centers Children of all Ages are allowed for entry but not Elders who aged 60 or above but not in all. At Marina Mall in Abu Dhabi, the customer services representative said we can’t allow anyone who is under 12 or above 60 even Restaurants aren’t allowed to welcome guests of these age groups is all meant for their safety in prevention.