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.

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Event : Rising chef’s star dessert to end a fine festival feast Judging from the oohs and aahs ...

Feasting on the feelgood factor

Feasting on the feelgood factor

At Tiller and Grain café, you'll not only get some great food, but you'll also leave little trace from an environmental perspective

Rising costs begin to bite tourism

Rising costs begin to bite tourism

It employs 265,000 staff and is worth over €9 billion a year to the economy, but rising costs in the tourism sector mean it is losing competitiveness

‘Optimism bias’ fading in North as reality bites

‘Optimism bias’ fading in North as reality bites

A no-deal Brexit will be catastrophic for the North, where 40,000 jobs are likely to be lost, but neither Johnson nor Hunt appear to be concerned

Fiid bags €400,000 deal supplying Tesco

Fiid bags €400,000 deal supplying Tesco

Plant-based firm raising funds for growth

Green Angel products to wing their way stateside

Green Angel products to wing their way stateside

The founders of the skin, spa and hair products business Green Angel are setting their sights on ...

Real love in a hot climate

Real love in a hot climate

The food at Restaurant Rompeolas is pricey enough by Fuerteventura standards, but I took it as a good sign that the place was full every time we passed it, and to be fair, the portions were more than generous

Mercosur holds ‘no pot of gold’ for the Irish dairy sector

Mercosur holds ‘no pot of gold’ for the Irish dairy sector

A costly trip to Blackrock fails to deliver the culinary goods

A costly trip to Blackrock fails to deliver the culinary goods

The owners of The Old Post Office have taken a big gamble by spending €1.6 million on fitting it out with chandeliers and beautiful crockery edged with gold. That all has to be paid for, though, and the result is a dinner menu where the cheapest starter is €11

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VENUE : Take a trolley or two I’m fond of trolleys in dining rooms – they tend to feature del...

Watch it at Weirs with €90,500 commemorative timepiece

Watch it at Weirs with €90,500 commemorative timepiece

Jewellery store Weirs & Sons is celebrating 150 years of existence with a swish tie-in with the luxury European watchmaker, Patek Philippe

Bia Beauty wins US entrepreneur’s heart

Bia Beauty wins US entrepreneur’s heart

Sale of Cork-based firm a ‘dream come true’

The sweetest escapes: Ireland's stellar hotel suites

The sweetest escapes: Ireland's stellar hotel suites

In need of some summer rest and relaxation? Take a break in an Irish suite

Circa of friends serves up a sublime meal

Circa of friends serves up a sublime meal

The menu at Circa would make an Irish patriot out of Arlene Foster, or at least it would during the time she’s eating here

Skin Nerd invests €700k in new beauty range

Skin Nerd invests €700k in new beauty range

Entrepreneur to target overseas markets