The culinary world is mourning the loss of Bill Granger, a renowned Australian chef and restaurateur, who passed away at 54 on Christmas Day in London. This is reported by 7News Australia.
Granger, a self-taught chef, revolutionized the dining scene with his unique approach to breakfast and brunch, earning him the title 'King of Breakfast.'
His journey began in 1993 when he opened his first restaurant, bills, in Sydney's Darlinghurst.
This marked the start of a remarkable career that saw him expand his culinary empire internationally, with successful ventures in Japan, the UK, and Korea.
Granger's influence extended beyond the kitchen. He authored 12 cookbooks, with over a million copies sold worldwide, and his latest work, "Australian Food," was published in 2020.
His approachable and unpretentious style of cooking, infused with a distinct Australian flair, won him fans globally.
In January 2023, his contributions to the culinary world were officially recognized when he was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia.
Watch Bill Granger in the video below