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 gastropub less ordinary, with a genuine grá for local produce

A gastropub less ordinary, with a genuine grá for local produce

Hartes Market Square, Kildare town, Co Kildare 045-533557; harteskildare.ie Chef: Barry Liscombe ...

Elegance and decadence at the Ledbury

Elegance and decadence at the Ledbury

Ledbury owner Brett Graham has a refreshing, ego-free outlook that has permeated out to his staff

Cost of living worse for retail than online shopping

Cost of living worse for retail than online shopping

Søstrene Grene owners still looking for room to grow

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Where to eat well this week

Sandwich giant ‘to take’ £100m bite of market

Sandwich giant ‘to take’ £100m bite of market

The owner of a convenience food company set up in Newry almost 30 years ago plans to triple its t...

Lord of lunchtime

Lord of lunchtime

Gareth Chambers studied television production, but found himself happiest helping his mother in the family sandwich business. Now he employs more than 300 people making food for customers in Ireland and Britain

Limerick townhouse reborn as chic hotel

Limerick townhouse reborn as chic hotel

Brazils to open The Bedford in September

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

RECIPE : A tasty little Danish Kevin Powell is having a busy summer. The chef from Dublin café ...

Fun, with fab food and not a hint of self-importance, welcome, The Ivy

Fun, with fab food and not a hint of self-importance, welcome, The Ivy

The Ivy 13-17 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 01-6950744, theivydublin.com Chef: Nick Lentini Those of yo...

Dining at the Cliff: Good for the soul, and the stomach too

Dining at the Cliff: Good for the soul, and the stomach too

Bright, high-ceilinged and really comfortable, The Cliff Townhouse is one of the nicest places to eat in Dublin, with a mix of banquettes, regular tables, a great circular booth at the back, and stools alongside the marble-topped oyster bar

Book early for a beefy bonanza on Dublin’s Shelbourne Road

Book early for a beefy bonanza on Dublin’s Shelbourne Road

We arrived at The Chophouse in an attempt to cure a fairly serious craving for steak

Some people thought we were as mad as a box of frogs to try to bring the fleadh to the east coast

Some people thought we were as mad as a box of frogs to try to bring the fleadh to the east coast

Anglo Printers owner Padraic Kierans has been working to win the Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann for Drogheda since 2011. After a last-ditch bid, the town is now making preparations to welcome 400,000 visitors to the event next month

Lady Helen serves up some cool classics

Lady Helen serves up some cool classics

The key to a successful tasting menu experience is balance; you’re looking for a mix of light and rich dishes in appropriate portions, and here, local chef John Kelly seems to have got that balance just right.

Sweet stuff

Sweet stuff

From family favourites such as chocolate brownie layer cakes and shortbread slices to delicate mousse desserts, Gillian Nelis talks to two Irish producers on the rise

Epic expects royal visit business boost Museum expecting 20,000 extra guests

Epic expects royal visit business boost Museum expecting 20,000 extra guests

Visitor numbers at Epic, the museum of Irish emigration in the Dublin docklands, are expected to ...