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.

Border tourist hotels brace up for challenges of Brexit

Border tourist hotels brace up for challenges of Brexit

Paul Sweeney of Castle Grove isn’t expecting to face anything quite as traumatic as his 17th ce...

Gillian Nelis on Business

Gillian Nelis on Business

Get with the programme: athleisure trend is set to run and run

Renault Ireland boss: 6 per cent of new cars on Irish roads may be electric by end of 2020

Renault Ireland boss: 6 per cent of new cars on Irish roads may be electric by end of 2020

Paddy Magee told The Sunday Business Post that interest in electric vehicles among Irish drivers had increased significantly in recent months, with Renault selling four times as many of its Zoe models this month as it did last January

A warm welcome for veggies and carnivores alike

A warm welcome for veggies and carnivores alike

The absence of big-money backers means that it was only ever going to be the food, and not the decor, that did the talking at Variety Jones. And boy, does this food talk

Chatham Street businesses fighting revamp disruption

Chatham Street businesses fighting revamp disruption

Companies on Chatham Street in Dublin have pooled their resources in a bid to counter the effects...

Kinvara takes e-commerce route to Chinese market Shop sales would have required animal testing

Kinvara takes e-commerce route to Chinese market Shop sales would have required animal testing

Kinvara, the Galway-based skincare brand founded by Dr Joanne Reilly in 2011, is to begin exporti...

Barrage of blandness results in Social embarrassment

Barrage of blandness results in Social embarrassment

Shelbourne Social, Dylan McGrath's Ballsbridge outlet, which has had millions spent on it and opened in a blaze of publicity, was a crushing disappointment.

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Masterclass : Seafood seminars at the Cliff The popular seafood masterclasses at the Cliff Townho...

Restaurant industry to target election candidates in fight for lower Vat rate

Restaurant industry to target election candidates in fight for lower Vat rate

Adrian Cummins, chief executive of the Restaurants Association of Ireland, said its campaign would focus in particular on candidates running in rural areas in May’s local elections

Mixer maker targets wide sector of drinks market

Mixer maker targets wide sector of drinks market

The gin and tonic revival has helped Fever Tree build a £4 billion business, and it’s not stopping there

To dine for: top ten restaurants of 2018

To dine for: top ten restaurants of 2018

Sunday Business Post restaurant critic Gillian Nelis shares her most heavenly eating experiences of the past year

An Iberian indulgence in Dublin city

An Iberian indulgence in Dublin city

Opening in a blaze of glory is one thing; laying the foundation for a solid business in what is rapidly becoming an oversupplied Dublin restaurant market is quite another.

Cork salon software firm sells for over €15m Founder to stay on and steer launch in Britain

Cork salon software firm sells for over €15m Founder to stay on and steer launch in Britain

WhatSalon, the hair and beauty salon software firm founded in Cork in 2013, has been sold to a pu...

Now it seems like there’s a new product coming out every week trying to knock us off the shelf

Now it seems like there’s a new product coming out every week trying to knock us off the shelf

Halo Top has become America’s best-selling ice cream brand by cutting both calories and sugar – and its founders have turned the sector on its head in the process

A family-owned Wicklow favourite has much to delight

A family-owned Wicklow favourite has much to delight

I couldn’t quibble with either the value or the service on offer at The Three Q's, but I’m not convinced that the more exotic dishes are working as well as the simpler, bistro-style ones. I’ll be back, though