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.

The truth seeker

The truth seeker

Anthony Warner, also known as The Angry Chef and a fierce critic of so-called food experts, will be in Dublin next week for the Festival of Politics, where he hopes to engage in robust debate about food faddism among other subjects

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

VENUE : Give thanks for Waterford’s La Boheme A French restaurant in Waterford may not be the m...

How Tommy Fleming's Knock gamble paid off

How Tommy Fleming's Knock gamble paid off

He’s sold over 3.5 million albums during his career, but singer Tommy Fleming has had to learn hard lessons about business along the way

Gorgeous food, great service: Number one with a Bullitt

Gorgeous food, great service: Number one with a Bullitt

If you’re heading north any time soon, I suspect you won’t be disappointed if you choose to stay, eat, drink – or do all three – at Bullitt

Nourish opens outlet at Blanchardstown in Dunnes deal

Nourish opens outlet at Blanchardstown in Dunnes deal

The health food store chain Nourish will open a concession in the Blanchardstown branch of Dunnes...

Louis Copeland launches MadeofIrish gift website

Louis Copeland launches MadeofIrish gift website

‘Quality Irish pieces without the diddly-eye’ pledge

London store hints at further expansion for Swarbriggs’ Inglot

London store hints at further expansion for Swarbriggs’ Inglot

Further expansion is on the cards across the Irish Sea for the Swarbrigg family, which owns the I...

O’Reilly rides again with some Fino dining

O’Reilly rides again with some Fino dining

I’ve been filled with regret ever since I ate at Del-Fino, but not because of anything I ate. No, it’s because of something I didn’t eat...

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

FESTIVAL : A toast to the Harbour Bar The humble toastie has been the focus of celebrations all t...

Businesses struggle in wake of Belfast fire

Businesses struggle in wake of Belfast fire

After one of the busiest summers he’d had since he opened the Mourne Seafood Bar in Belfast 11 ...

Friendly villager offers some bright twists on Indian classics

Friendly villager offers some bright twists on Indian classics

You couldn’t argue with the value across all of Indie Spice’s menus, though a couple of little tweaks to how some of the dishes are presented would be no harm

Using technology to reach inside the minds of giants

Using technology to reach inside the minds of giants

The performance art company Macnas has embraced modern tech, according to its artistic director and chief executive, who is seeking sponsors to help it return to SXSW in Austin next year

When art and chemistry collide

When art and chemistry collide

A lengthy stint studying fine art gave Lora Hemy skills that she has since put to good use in her career as a whiskey distiller

A return to Avalon brings a welcome reminder of quality

A return to Avalon brings a welcome reminder of quality

I was expecting an air of doom and gloom in Avalon – it had been a pretty crappy day for the hospitality sector, let’s face it – but the welcome was as warm as it had been when I first visited it almost three years ago.

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Cooking classes : Trigger your inner chef with cookery course Regular readers of this magazine wi...