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.

Take the leap on the Cliff House, you won’t regret it

Take the leap on the Cliff House, you won’t regret it

The chefs in the Waterford hotel are pushing boundaries with ingredients and techniques

Cosy corner Italian might be a little rich

Cosy corner Italian might be a little rich

With a bottle of pinot noir and a Campari spritz, our bill came to €136.80 for a dinner which was really only okay, and which in parts felt very overpriced

Bray matter: The Duggan family business

Bray matter: The Duggan family business

Conor and Nicola Duggan embarked on a long period of trial and error while growing a stable of restaurants and bars in Bray, but they’re confident they have now hit on a winning formula

Ex-pats team up to deliver ‘healthier  pizza’

Ex-pats team up to deliver ‘healthier pizza’

More than €500k invested in new business

A hidden gem in the heart of the city

A hidden gem in the heart of the city

Hansel and Gretel is a treasure trove of sweet loveliness

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

One step ahead of the Easter bunny

A lot to like, but room to improve in Ranelagh

A lot to like, but room to improve in Ranelagh

Gillian Nelis liked a lot of things about Kinara Kitchen but now would perhaps be a good time to look at things like how the kitchen is presenting its dishes

One of the favourite times of the year for Lir

One of the favourite times of the year for Lir

M&S is to stock Larry, the Irish chocolate company’s seasonal sell-out, for a second year; Annual sales at firm around €27m, 90 per cent of it generated abroad

The life and times of Maurice Pratt

The life and times of Maurice Pratt

The chairman of the Irish Tourist Industry Confederation – who is still regularly recognised from those Quinnsworth TV ads in the 1980s – talks about the challenges of Brexit, how Dunnes Stores captured the zeitgeist, and his ‘interesting’ working relationship with Minister for Tourism Shane Ross

Reinventing Tour America

Reinventing Tour America

She survived a near-fatal accident in 2004. Now Mary McKenna is determined to make her Tour America travel agency into the best business it can be

Swanky seafood at terrifying Tiger prices

Swanky seafood at terrifying Tiger prices

In its current guise, Sole is the ghost of the Celtic Tiger come back to haunt us

InterContinental gets €5m revamp

InterContinental gets €5m revamp

What does €2,900 buy you in Dublin’s five-star InterContinental Hotel? From this summer, the ...

Brittany Ferries sets its sights on Spanish route

Brittany Ferries sets its sights on Spanish route

Brexit concerns point operator in new direction

Tour America founder tells start-up owners to hold on to equity

Tour America founder tells start-up owners to hold on to equity

Entrepreneurs should avoid giving away shares in their new business unless they absolutely have t...

Restaurant Review: Unlocking rich flavours requires a light touch

Restaurant Review: Unlocking rich flavours requires a light touch

Chris Maguire’s precise, beautifully presented and incredibly flavourful dishes will lure customers, new and old, to the banks of the canal