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Robinsons Magnolia, Quezon City
(4.3/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
Robinsons Magnolia is a shopping mall owned and operated by Robinsons Land, the second largest mall operator in the Philippines. It is the 32nd mall opened by Robinsons and the 3rd mall in Quezon City with a gross floor area of 108,000 square metres. Robinsons Magnolia is part of the four-tower Magnolia Residences where the iconic Magnolia Ice Cream production plant once stood. The ice cream parlor that was associated with it was retained and relocated within the mall.
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TripAdvisor
  • Cool, clean and not too crowded. Great place to have lunch or just walk around with the family. Highly recommended for those wanting a more cozy and less crowded mall. 
  • The mall is comparatively small, but is also it's attraction. One can go about leisurely, no rush of people. It has just about everything. 
  • Meeting friends over lunch become another fruitful day when you combine eating, talking, window shopping and summarizing all these things in one long conversation. Many options for lunch, coffee and i...  more »
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  • A small, upscale mall in New Manila. Usual crowd of the small community and condo owners around the area. Restaurant options are geared towards Class A and B, not a lot of options for Class C citizens. Same goes with shopping. The ground floor is mostly comprised of big name brands. The department store is quite small. On the upside, the mall is not too crowded, it's very clean and well maintained. They also schedule a lot of events to entertain mall goers.
  • Ramenagi, Muji, Daiso, Yabu great place if you want to eat Japanese food.
  • The best Robinson's Mall in my opinion. Finding parking and quality of crowd is better than SM malls. I just wish they would push government to fix sidewalks within 1km radius so that walking there would be more convenient for nearby residents. ☺️
  • This place has always been clean as compared to other malls. The size is quite small with limited stores but if you are planning to shop when there's a sale, you can give it half a day to explore almost all of the stores. The interesting part here is the wide selection of food stops. The food court will suffice your basic food cravings and if you feel to eat aplenty there's also an eat-all-you-can option. The Al Fresco is a stellar addition for a good food-binging experience for the whole family, your friends, or your alone zen-self. You can bring your pets, too. Perfect for the average shopper and the food-mood-swinger.
  • One of the nicest Robinsons Mall, not big but nevertheless nice. I like the high ceilings and the airy and breezy halls. The light and colors are easy on eyes, The food court is unique and a good place to hang out with friends and family. Really like to visit there.