On December 25, prominent Australian chef Bill Granger passed away at the age of 54, at a London hospital.
Born in Melbourne, Australia in 1969, Granger pursued artistic pursuits which eventually brought him to Sydney where he studied art.
Did Bill Granger die of cancer?
Bill Granger’s heartbroken daughter pays an emotional tribute to the ‘godfather of avocado on toast’ as the London-based restaurateur behind Granger & Co dies in hospital aged 54 on Christmas after a cancer battle.
Granger had been fighting cancer, making this loss felt not only by family and friends but by global culinary communities worldwide. Granger left an indelible mark as an iconic chef influencing Australian cuisine as well as beyond, leaving an irrevocable mark that will long be felt across food communities around the globe.
Bill Granger left an indelible mark on Australian cuisine with his groundbreaking contributions to breakfast, especially with his iconic creamy scrambled eggs, as a pioneer of contemporary Australian dining.