Palm Jumeirah’s massive new Nakheel Mall launched in Dubai at the end of 2019 with loads of new openings from supermarkets to cinemas. While a number of shops and restaurants are already open, there’s still plenty more to come in the next few weeks, as there’s set to be more than 300 shops and restaurants in this cool new mall.
If you’re looking to spend your money then there’s plenty of opportunity to do just that. Shops include H&M, American Eagle, Kurt Geiger, Gant, Sephora, Bath & Body Works and The Toy Store. There’s also adidas, Breitling, French Connection, Montblanc, Puma and more. Take a hop on public transport – the new mall even has its own monorail station, and it will be the access point for The View at The Palm – a public observatory due to open at the neighbouring Palm Tower.
Restaurants such as a new branch of popular Taiwanese dim sum eatery Din Tai Fung to open soon, the Mall of the Emirates version of which is famous and comes highly commended in Best Chinese Restaurant category. Visitors can see frozen yoghurt shop Pinkberry, as well as milkshake company Shakeaway, burger chains Wendys and Shake Shack as well as homegrown Asian restaurant The Noodle House. Other popular names include Café Bateel, Prax’s, Spiky Chicken and more.
Try out the next level food court where you can buy a baguette, have a sit-down lunch and also take a cooking class. Depachika Food Hall is now open at the new Dubai shopping mall and is a one-stop-shop for food lovers on the Palm. In Japan a depachika is a basement-level food hall in a department store, coming from the Japanese word depa – meaning department store – with the Japanese word for basement, chika, and the first one was created in 1936. This is Dubai’s first version of a depachika, and sells everything from deli-style ingredients to snacks, gourmet presents and full meals. Most of the outlets at Depachika are home-grown brands, and some of the names, including Lime Tree Café, Kilikio by Mythos, Salmontini, 1762, Massimo’s Gelato and M’oishi Ice Cream. Retailers include Royce Chocolate, The Lighthouse, Florette, Lakrids and more. There’s a cooking studio offering cooking classes, team building, kids’ activities, workshops and a lot more.
Waitrose – favourite among British expats for a taste of home offering ready meals with fresh fruit, chocolate biscuits and more. There’s a massive new Waitrose at Nakheel Mall – the supermarket covers a massive 4,200 sq m.
Trampo Extreme, a new trampoline park, will get the kids to enjoy the activities at high-octane park. With almost 4,000 sq ft of bouncing fun with 16 different jump activities ideal for tots of three up to teens of 13. Older kids will love the combative elements of Extreme Dodgeball and the challenge of the warrior obstacle course. Nakheel Mall is home to a fourth branch of the popular kids’ entertainment centre Fabyland, which covers a 40,000 sq ft and provides little thrill-seekers with array of rides including bumper cars, swings and merry-go-rounds. The new Fitness First with loads of immersive classes and new equipment to check out.
Try 15-screen VOX Cinemas for all your movie needs, including 3D, 4DX, GOLD and THEATRE by Gary Rhodes for some delightful in-film dining. Nakheel Mall is a retail, dining and entertainment destination at the heart of Palm Jumeirah.
Nakheel Mall also provides access to The View at The Palm. The highly anticipated public observatory sits at the top of The Palm Tower, providing unrivalled views of the archipelago from 230 metres above sea level.
Daily 10:00 – 22:00
Center of Palm – Al Hilali
The Palm Jumeirah
Dubai – United Arab Emirates.
Tel.: +971 4 390 9999
Photo courtesy: www.nakheelmall.ae/en
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