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 family-owned Wicklow favourite has much to delight

A family-owned Wicklow favourite has much to delight

I couldn’t quibble with either the value or the service on offer at The Three Q's, but I’m not convinced that the more exotic dishes are working as well as the simpler, bistro-style ones. I’ll be back, though

The Department of Agriculture thinks that organics is still a flash in the pan. It doesn’t get that it is a €30 billion business in Europe alone

The Department of Agriculture thinks that organics is still a flash in the pan. It doesn’t get that it is a €30 billion business in Europe alone

Vincent Cleary wants to grow Glenisk’s turnover to €50 million - and he needs more farmers to do it

Where there’s a wool, there’s a way for alpaca knitwear couple

Where there’s a wool, there’s a way for alpaca knitwear couple

The couple behind a range of luxury knitwear products made from baby alpaca wool will begin expor...

Time to indulge your dormant fondness for fondue

Time to indulge your dormant fondness for fondue

My taxi driver is equal parts intrigued and amused. “Did you just say you’re going for fondue tonight?” he asks, as I finish a call in the back of his car. “I am indeed,” I tell him. “Retro or what?”

Strong Roots earmarks €500k for marketing push

Strong Roots earmarks €500k for marketing push

Harrods listing for plant-based frozen food company

Affordable flavours of India, and cleverly located as well

Affordable flavours of India, and cleverly located as well

Ruchii joins the ranks of solid, affordable neighbourhood restaurants in the Dublin suburbs

48 hours in... Belfast

48 hours in... Belfast

Zone out all talk of the word that starts with a B and rhymes with exit, and spend two days with the family in Belfast

Meehan group wins €10m contract to supply 33 Mizzoni Pizza outlets

Meehan group wins €10m contract to supply 33 Mizzoni Pizza outlets

The food wholesaler Meehan Family Food Group has won a €10 million contract to supply the 33 Mi...

The truth seeker

The truth seeker

Anthony Warner, also known as The Angry Chef and a fierce critic of so-called food experts, will be in Dublin next week for the Festival of Politics, where he hopes to engage in robust debate about food faddism among other subjects

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

VENUE : Give thanks for Waterford’s La Boheme A French restaurant in Waterford may not be the m...

How Tommy Fleming's Knock gamble paid off

How Tommy Fleming's Knock gamble paid off

He’s sold over 3.5 million albums during his career, but singer Tommy Fleming has had to learn hard lessons about business along the way

Gorgeous food, great service: Number one with a Bullitt

Gorgeous food, great service: Number one with a Bullitt

If you’re heading north any time soon, I suspect you won’t be disappointed if you choose to stay, eat, drink – or do all three – at Bullitt

Nourish opens outlet at Blanchardstown in Dunnes deal

Nourish opens outlet at Blanchardstown in Dunnes deal

The health food store chain Nourish will open a concession in the Blanchardstown branch of Dunnes...

Louis Copeland launches MadeofIrish gift website

Louis Copeland launches MadeofIrish gift website

‘Quality Irish pieces without the diddly-eye’ pledge

London store hints at further expansion for Swarbriggs’ Inglot

London store hints at further expansion for Swarbriggs’ Inglot

Further expansion is on the cards across the Irish Sea for the Swarbrigg family, which owns the I...