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.

Win Tickets For A Michelin-Starred Street Food Feast In Dublin

Win Tickets For A Michelin-Starred Street Food Feast In Dublin

Chan Hon Meng, whose chicken and noodle street food stall in Singapore won a Michelin star, is in Dublin to cook this week

Blue Book: Staying the distance

Blue Book: Staying the distance

When she took over at the Blue Book, Michelle Maguire was charged with attracting high-end travellers to Ireland. The recession had hit, and it was a case of fight or flight

Total recall: warm Noble will bring you right back

Total recall: warm Noble will bring you right back

Who could blame my new friend at the next table for going back 15 times?

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Venue : Win Tickets For A Michelin-Starred Street Food Feast In Dublin Hawker Chan Hon Meng, whos...

Zoe Jordan’s softly, softly approach wins over retailers

Zoe Jordan’s softly, softly approach wins over retailers

Knitlab line headed for London, NY and Dundrum

The roasting hot D4 coffee kiosk

The roasting hot D4 coffee kiosk

Colum and Ciarán Butler paid a reported €330,000 for a kiosk in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, last week. But is it just a marketing exercise, as industry insiders believe?

Making way for the Starbucks juggernaut

Making way for the Starbucks juggernaut

'The kiosk was very special, and our last day there was incredibly sad'

A happy chef means a happy clientele

A happy chef means a happy clientele

'Buy great ingredients from great Irish suppliers, cook them well and don’t mess around with them too much' is chef Baz Smith's approach, writes Gillian Nelis

Fishy delights by the beach in balmy Bray

Fishy delights by the beach in balmy Bray

Farrell and St Clair Miller are on to a winner here with a menu that will please traditionalists - and the adventurous

'We just can’t get enough chicken - but is it value for money?'

'We just can’t get enough chicken - but is it value for money?'

There's no harm for us all to look at how spend our money on food - and whether our diet is varied enough, writes Gillian Nelis

Craft beer scene could help Irish tourism get ahead

Craft beer scene could help Irish tourism get ahead

Indie Beer Week raises a glass to sector’s potential

Happy to be sold a fish in a Pokē

Happy to be sold a fish in a Pokē

You can dine like a queen while also doing yourself no end of good, writes Gillian Nelis

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

VENUE : La FougÈre goes back to the 1920s An extensive overhaul has turned La Fougère, the res...

Maurice Kettyle interview: 'We’ve had BSE, we’ve had foot and mouth, now we have Brexit'

Maurice Kettyle interview: 'We’ve had BSE, we’ve had foot and mouth, now we have Brexit'

Ask the managing director of Kettyle Irish Foods what he does for a living, and he’ll reply that he controls water. But that’s only one of the steps required to create some of the tastiest beef in the country

'As coconut oil shows, it’s always a good idea to go behind the headlines'

'As coconut oil shows, it’s always a good idea to go behind the headlines'

I’ll be sticking to the olive oil - and my twice a week oily fish habit - for a while yet, writes Gillian Nelis