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.

Second phase of Tui rebrand set for launch

Second phase of Tui rebrand set for launch

Creative work was undertaken by Young & Rubicam in London

I remember turning to my wife and saying, I think I’ve climbed the wrong ladder here

I remember turning to my wife and saying, I think I’ve climbed the wrong ladder here

Martin McGeough, the founder of Sligo orthotics company Firefly, is calmly navigating his way through choppy Brexit waters and enjoying the slow life in Yeats country

Chameleon’s karma ensures it’s here to stay

Chameleon’s karma ensures it’s here to stay

Restaurants don’t last as long as the Chameleon has without being adaptable, focused on quality and conscious of delivering a great customer experience

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Buy a ticket for : The Irish International Fashion and Food Summit The organisers of this event, ...

How to survive the dieting minefield

How to survive the dieting minefield

Trying to lose weight can mean entering a world of guilt, unrealistic goals and extreme behaviours

Conrad Howard: There’s still romance in restaurants

Conrad Howard: There’s still romance in restaurants

The founder of the Market Lane restaurant group had many people to thank for the success of his business after celebrating ten years in operation, not least his bank manager

Beauty spots make their mark

Beauty spots make their mark

An introduction through mutual friends ten years ago led Andrew O’Neill and Geoff Walker to get...

Full marks for taste

Full marks for taste

Gillian Nelis rounds up the annual Blas na hÉireann awards, held earlier this month in Dingle. For the full list of winners, see irishfoodawards.com

There’s no Blue heaven in deepest Dingle

There’s no Blue heaven in deepest Dingle

In a curious move that underlined just how little we were getting for our money, our main courses were served on huge plates which made the portions look pretty small.

More fritters than first-night jitters

More fritters than first-night jitters

Clanbrassil House has confident, flavour-focused cooking by a kitchen team that is clearly enjoying what it’s doing

Hatmaker goes for French connection Dublin-based milliner opening in Paris

Hatmaker goes for French connection Dublin-based milliner opening in Paris

The Dublin-based hatmaker Anthony Peto is to open a store in Paris to showcase a new collection i...

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud on cusp of three Michelin stars

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud on cusp of three Michelin stars

will be first time accolade achieved in Ireland

Candlelit winner for two: brothers expect sales of €700k

Candlelit winner for two: brothers expect sales of €700k

Duo secure new export deal to Australia and New Zealand

Irish coffee business 3fe expands into five countries

Irish coffee business 3fe expands into five countries

The Dublin coffee business set up by former investment banker Colin Harmon in 2008 has secured de...

An Indian that’s the salt of the earth

An Indian that’s the salt of the earth

Some of the best food around is now being served up in modest premises in suburban locations, places like Pink Salt