Restaurants and cafes in NSW to reopen for dine-in from 15 May

Updated: May 13, 2020


  • Restaurants & cafes are allowed dine-in service under strict conditions (read below for our detailed discussion)

  • Madame Nhu will reopen with limited 10 seats available at the time allocation below. Please use our online form to book

  • In addition to our existing COVID-19 procedures, we'll also implement an additional 7 points policy to further strengthen our existing safety measures

Lunch Booking Times: 
11.30am - 1pm / 1pm - 2.30pm
Dinner Booking Times:
Friday-Sat  5pm - 7.30pm / 7.30pm - 9pm
Sun-Thu  5pm-7pm / 7pm - 8.30pm

Restaurants and cafes to reopen for dine-in

Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced limited easing of health restrictions from Friday 15 May 2020, which includes allowing restaurants and cafes to provide limited eat-in options. In a statement on Mother's Day, the Premier said that there will be a limit of 10 patrons inside a venue at any given time and that restaurants must observe the 4sqm rule.

The government had previously clarified the 4sqm rule as follows:

Where the 4 square metre rule applies, the size of the premises has to allow for at least 4 square metres of space per person.