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.

Europa Hotel owner backs second Brexit referendum

Europa Hotel owner backs second Brexit referendum

Howard Hastings, who runs seven successful hotels in the North, sees the British vote to leave the EU as a ‘monumental folly’

North’s biggest hotelier calls for second Brexit vote

North’s biggest hotelier calls for second Brexit vote

Howard Hastings, chief executive of Hastings Hotels, told The Sunday Business Post the public should be given the chance to vote on whatever Brexit deal is negotiated with the EU

Expectations, emails, excitement: Life with a Michelin star in Ireland

Expectations, emails, excitement: Life with a Michelin star in Ireland

Last week, three restaurants in Cork joined the small club of Irish eateries to have won a Michelin star - and to experience the madness of what comes after, writes Gillian Nelis

Irish business flourishes for luxury hotel in midlands

Irish business flourishes for luxury hotel in midlands

Forty per cent of Ballyfin’s guests come from Ireland

The Beautiful Cup

The Beautiful Cup

Colin Harmon used to tell his friends that he planned to build a career in coffee: they’d laugh, as Irish coffee culture didn’t exist yet. Now that his coffee company 3fe roasts two tons of beans a year and has helped create a nation of coffee lovers, his next move is into casual dining, namely at Gertrude in Pearse Street, writes Gillian Nelis

Enjoyable Asian fare and classy cocktails in a cosy city centre setting

Enjoyable Asian fare and classy cocktails in a cosy city centre setting

Koh, 6/7 Jervis Street, Millennium Walkway, Dublin 1 01-8146777, koh.ie Chef: Bin Wan Abd Manan W...

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

CHEF : Gill to indulge his Italian side Italy is the focus of a menu which Robin Gill, the London...

New documentary celebrates career of maverick engineer

New documentary celebrates career of maverick engineer

Born in the capital but raised in Dundalk, Co Louth, Peter Rice was awarded the Gold Medal for architecture by the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1992

Winning friends with a passionate commitment to artisan producers

Winning friends with a passionate commitment to artisan producers

You might presume, given the salubrious neighbourhood, that The Gables is very expensive. In fact, starters are from €5.50 to €8.95, and mains from €13.65 to €27.50, with daily specials also more than fairly priced

A beach resort for grown-ups

A beach resort for grown-ups

The Costa Brava town of Tossa de Mar offers plenty of history, great food and a warm welcome

Gillian Nelis on business

Gillian Nelis on business

With internal fraud becoming a growing problem for companies, a conference last week shed some interesting light on the matter

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

EVENT : Bringing home the bacon in Limerick Limerick’s long history as a bacon producer will be...

Hot deals and offbeat brunches  in a neighbourhood curryhouse

Hot deals and offbeat brunches in a neighbourhood curryhouse

At Daata the cooking is solid, the service is excellent, and the pricing is at a level to make it accessible to a wide cross-section of diners

Classy, chic and comfortable

Classy, chic and comfortable

Fiona Heaney’s new collection might include indulgent fabrics and embellishments such as sheer jacquard, wool, cashmere, beading and feathers, but at the same time, it’s probably her most wearable to date.

Having a right old beano

Having a right old beano

Horace Panter made his name as a musician with ska legends The Specials. But as a new series of comics celebrating the Beano’s 80th anniversary proves, he’s a dab hand with the brush as well as the bass, writes Gillian Nelis