Gilt trip: new restaurant needs a bit more personality

Gilt trip: new restaurant needs a bit more personality
The brasserie bears the name of a UK government bond. (Image: Dileepa Fonseka, BusinessDesk)
Dileepa Fonseka
BusinessDesk readers might get excited by a restaurant name like Gilt.  They might ask: Is a restaurateur somewhere in New Zealand finally making a clever reference to UK government bonds? Are financial instruments finally about to get their time in the pop culture sun?  No. Turns out “Gilt” is just “Guilt” with the “u” taken out.   The restaurant, which opened in central Auckland this month, is located right next to Freyberg Square and the Chancery.  It is an area with a long legal h...

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