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.

Marker's modernist menu has zings of spring

Marker's modernist menu has zings of spring

At this time of the year even, Gillian Nelis starts craving colour, both in her wardrobe and on her plate

Warm memories come flooding back in Sallins

Warm memories come flooding back in Sallins

Two Cooks, run by husband and wife team Nicola and Josef Zammit, has been open in this canalside spot since early 2016

Thornton’s founders: We have no regrets

Thornton’s founders: We have no regrets

Muriel Thornton told The Sunday Business Post that while the loss of the restaurant’s Michelin star in 2015 was the catalyst for the closure, it probably would have happened anyway due to the pressure involved in running it

How branding could burst the gin bubble

How branding could burst the gin bubble

Monkey 47 creator Alexander Stein fears for the future of the gin market, writes Gillian Nelis

Has Dublin hit peak dining?

Has Dublin hit peak dining?

Dublin’s newest fine dining restaurant will open next month in the space formerly occupied by Thornton’s. But with fierce competition the order of the day, what are the prospects for the dining business in the capital?

First Draft founder highlights perks of the job

First Draft founder highlights perks of the job

Barista sets up recruitment firm for coffee workers

Voya to move into men’s skin products

Voya to move into men’s skin products

The company is run by Mark and Kira Walton

Meath curry house is certainly a cut above

Meath curry house is certainly a cut above

Gillian Nelis will be returning to Cinnamon Garden, a relaxed space with great food and service -- and she'll be pushing the boat out next time

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Already thinking about where to eat in 2018?

Already thinking about where to eat in 2018?

Gillian Nelis rounds up the places you must try this year

Stars of the suburbs and old stalwarts

Stars of the suburbs and old stalwarts

As happened in 2016, the most interesting new restaurants were in the suburbs, a trend typified by Old Street in Malahide in Co Dublin, and Noble in Holywood in Belfast’s commuter belt

If you fail, you know you are alive –  you just have to realise that you’ve failed, and change what you’re doing

If you fail, you know you are alive – you just have to realise that you’ve failed, and change what you’re doing

Planning to pop open some champagne tonight? Margareth Henriquez, the chief executive of the prestigious house of Krug, has some important advice for you

Sinfully good sweets at Kylemore Abbey

Sinfully good sweets at Kylemore Abbey

Deluxe chocolates are now a hit in Europe

A hotel restaurant to go Wilde about

A hotel restaurant to go Wilde about

Almost the full package at one of Dublin's swankiest hotels

An Enfield eatery that’s worth its Salt

An Enfield eatery that’s worth its Salt

Even operating within the confines of a hotel kitchen, Fire & Salt chef Val O’Kelly is serving up dishes that look great, taste great and show more than a little flair