Enjoy al fresco dining on the terrace…

As the city slowly returns to normal, more and more Dubai restaurants are starting to reopen. Now there’s another name to add to that list, in the form of popular botanical venue The London Project at Dubai’s Bluewaters Island.

It’s opening from tomorrow, Thursday May 7, onwards from 12pm to 10pm. Diners can enjoy a brand new menu with a range of fusion dishes inspired by the eclectic boroughs of London, UK, in The London Project’s signature style.

If you’ve never visited this ultra-cool hotspot, prepare to be wowed. The interiors comprise of a lush combination of luxe furnishings, ornate decorations and leafy foliage draping everywhere, set off by exposed brick. Seating is spread out over two floors and is available indoors.

We have a feeling though, that after being cooped up inside for so long, you might want to head out to the terrace for some al fresco dining in true Dubai style. It boasts expansive views out across The Beach and JBR.

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The menu comprises of perfect-for-sharing dishes, taking inspiration from the likes of Camden, Shoreditch and Mayfair in the UK capital. Highlights include the Oxford beef cheek croquettes, beer battered fish and chips or the Wagyu burger.

The flatbreads are also perfect for sharing, topped with ingredients like butterfly tiger prawns, smoked salmon or wild mushrooms.

For those with a sweet tooth, try the signature Queenie’s chocolate torte, the apple crumble, vanilla parfait and more quintessentially British desserts.

In line with government directives, the restaurant will be operating at a 30 per cent capacity at all times. Whilst they’re accepting walk-ins as well as bookings, we think it’s best to do the latter, to avoid any disappointment.

The London Project, Bluewaters Island, Dubai, open 12pm to 10pm daily from May 7. Tel: (054) 306 1822. thelondonproject.com

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