Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis

Gillian Nelis has been managing editor of The Sunday Business Post since 2012, having previously been assistant editor and property editor. She specialises in long form interviews and news features, and has a particular interest in the food industry, writing the paper’s restaurant reviews as well as a weekly food news page in the magazine.

A slow walk on the wild side

A slow walk on the wild side

Slow food and seaweed make an intriguing combination for this year’s Burren Slow Food Festival

There’s smoke at Edo – but the flavours lack fire

There’s smoke at Edo – but the flavours lack fire

It’s baffling to talk so much about your wonderful charcoal oven – which you presumably have paid a pretty penny for - then pay so little attention to the pricey steak you cook on it

Eggstra Sweet

Eggstra Sweet

Stock up on your seasonal sweet treats with Gillian Nelis’s picks of the best chocolates for Easter

The North remembers

The North remembers

Game of Thrones has been a godsend for the North’s tourism industry, and a recently opened touring exhibition in Belfast – featuring costumes and props – is sure to be another hit, writes Gillian Nelis

For Mexican food lovers, 777 is the magic number

For Mexican food lovers, 777 is the magic number

Apparently tequila is having a moment. I say “apparently” because it doesn’t matter how hip it gets, or how many celebs are drinking it, or how many cool bars it’s popping up in – I won’t be drinking it.

North’s tourism hugely boosted by Derry Girls Travel chief  says city seen in humorous light

North’s tourism hugely boosted by Derry Girls Travel chief says city seen in humorous light

The hit Channel 4 comedy Derry Girls could in time be “transformational” for tourism in the c...

Bite size

Bite size

FOOD : A comeback for Cocoa Atelier The luxury chocolate store Cocoa Atelier has been much-missed...

Crunch time as Dublin brothers create new crisp brand

Crunch time as Dublin brothers create new crisp brand

Two brothers whose family has been farming in north Co Dublin since the 1700s are aiming to secur...

Fine dining to match the fine surrounds in an island castle

Fine dining to match the fine surrounds in an island castle

The Munster Room, Waterford Castle, The Island, Waterford 051-878203, waterfordcastleresort.com C...

Wonderfully inventive cooking without undue formality

Wonderfully inventive cooking without undue formality

in Liath's unique, happy, buzzy space, you’ll eat some of the most interesting food currently being cooked on this island

101 Great Irish Restaurants 2019

101 Great Irish Restaurants 2019

Gillian Nelis, Tomás Clancy, Joe McNamee and Joris Minne on their favourite Irish restaurant experiences, from fine dining to great pub grub.

We want people to eat a piece of Gubbeen when they sit down to watch a box set

We want people to eat a piece of Gubbeen when they sit down to watch a box set

With their Dunnes Stores tie-in providing major momentum, the Sheridan brothers’ cheese business is thriving, and their main competition these days is tortilla chips and Maltesers

Food fit for kings in Dún Laoghaire

Food fit for kings in Dún Laoghaire

Oliveto's menu presented just one problem: I wanted all of it.

White and Green puts €100k into Australia expansion

White and Green puts €100k into Australia expansion

The Wicklow family beind the organic bed linen brand White and Green are investing around €100,...

From uphill treks to urban renewal

From uphill treks to urban renewal

A quarter of a century ago, Dawson Stelfox made history as the first Irish climber to scale Everest. Today, he’s busy regenerating the heart of his home city of Belfast