The mall formerly known as Great World City has undergone a revamp of late, its first in over 20 years — it dropped the ‘city’ in its name for a “more contemporary direction” and is now known simply as Great World (which is what most folks have been calling it anyway).
Other than the name overhaul, the mall also refreshed its directory, and will welcome over 70 new tenants by mid-2020. Japanese supermarket Meidi-Ya has already opened an outlet last June at the basement, while popular Okinawan diner Nirai-Kanai is shifting from its longtime location at the beleaguered Liang Court to an upcoming unit at Great World. Gourmet butchery Ryan’s Grocery also launched its first cafe-cum-shop here, plus Din Tai Fung and popular Peranakan restaurant The Blue Ginger have new outlets here too.
And there’s more — local atas cafe chain PS.Cafe is unveiling a massive new branch at the mall’s first floor, and chef Juan Amador of the one-Michelin-starred restaurant Alma by Juan Amador has a new fine-dining dessert bar called House on the Moon.