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.

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

Richard Corrigan: Hunter Gatherer

Richard Corrigan: Hunter Gatherer

He’s been in the restaurant game for decades, but Richard Corrigan’s appetite is as keen as ever – especially when it comes to good, simple food, and his overhaul of Virginia Park Lodge

Digital revolution means firms must raise their hiring game

Digital revolution means firms must raise their hiring game

As the war for talent hots up, companies will have to reassess their hiring strategies, according to Bernard Zen-Ruffinen, EMEA president of the publicly-quoted recruitment firm Korn Ferry

We walk around the office at five past five asking people why they’re still there

We walk around the office at five past five asking people why they’re still there

The founders of seaweed-based skincare brand Voya have grown their business steadily, and now supply some of the world’s top spas

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

VENUE Wining and dining in Ranelagh If you’re searching for a venue for a small to medium Chri...

Smart casual office code suits Louis Copeland

Smart casual office code suits Louis Copeland

Online sales double in a year as firm grows by 8 per cent

Seafood Café will have you truly hooked

Seafood Café will have you truly hooked

This is the very definition of democratic dining

SoBe or not to be: that is the question...

SoBe or not to be: that is the question...

The menu at SoBe, with its not so super salads and chia puddings listed alongside batch toasties and chicken caesar wraps, screams of a place that can’t decide what it wants to be

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

The Breslins' new restaurant, Cork's Christmas Food Emporium and showcasing Ribera del Duero wines

When I first went into cooking, it was the last resort of the inadequate

When I first went into cooking, it was the last resort of the inadequate

Ross Lewis has journeyed from Cork to the Michelin-starred Chapter One in Dublin, bringing him international acclaim and the imprimatur of an early critic close to home

New burger joint BuJo is mixing it with the best

New burger joint BuJo is mixing it with the best

It’s a case of thumbs up for the grub and service, and thumbs down for the website

Danni Barry is the star of the County Down

Danni Barry is the star of the County Down

Ireland’s only female Michelin-starred chef, Barry made her name at Deanes Eipic in Belfast. Now she’s striking out on her own with Clenaghans, her new restaurant in the tiny rural village of Aghalee