MANILA -- Fisher Mall, located at the corner of Quezon Avenue and Roosevelt Avenue, is the newest lifestyle hub in Metro Manila.
Owned by the Mallers Management Corp. of the del Rosario family headed by fishing magnate Roberto Simeon "Bobby" del Rosario, Fisher Mall promises to sell products with good quality at a low price.
It boasts of the Fisher Supermarket, which sells fresh fish and seafood cheaper compared to wet markets and bigger supermarket chains.
The mall also highlights its four-storey Fisher Fashion Store, which is complemented by the mall's centerpiece, the Fashion Ramp.
Other features of the mall are the PlayLand, which is said to be the biggest arcade and entertainment place in the metro so far with different play zones for kids of all ages; and the CrossFit Halcyon, the first mall-based family-oriented gym in the Philippines that offers varied programs not only to "macho men and women" but to everyone "who wants to be fit."
The Fisher Mall also features the Fisher Box Office, which has five full-digital cinemas with one 3D-capable cinema; and the Fisher Mall Food Hall, which will open with the following brands: Elar's, Kimchi, Iron Sizzler, Adobo Connection, Sbarro, Hainanese Delights, Mongolian Quickstop, Fruitas Counter and Buko ni Fruitas.
McDonalds, Pizza Hut, Dairy Queen and Jollibee are also some of the quick-service choices.
Among the anchor establishments are: National Bookstore, Bonchon, Goldilocks, Pepper Lunch, Classic Savory, Kokoro Ramenya, Mister Kabab, Western Appliance, Lady Grace, Payless, Henlin, Executive Optical, Kelex, Watson’s, Beyond the Seams, Primadonna, Twinky, Ideal Vision, Otto, TNT, Chris Sports, Maui & Sons, World Balance and RRJ.
Del Rosario said: "For us, for the family, I want this to bring happiness, bring comfort, bring safety and bring fun to people who would come into our place."