Bill Granger is an Australian restaurateur and food writer, loved by family cooks and sophisticated foodies alike. Bill’s sunny, relaxed approach to food is an essential element in his enduring popularity.
In 1993, Bill dropped out of art school and opened his first restaurant, bills, in Sydney’s Darlinghurst. It soon became adored for its legendary breakfasts, served at the central communal table, where locals and travellers, families and friends, still thrive on the produce-led dishes and buzzing atmosphere. In 2008 Bill’s restaurants went international starting in Tokyo, and on to London, Honolulu and Seoul.
Bill has written 12 cookbooks, selling in excess of 1 million copies, and has made 5 cookery series seen in over 30 countries. He continues to write recipe columns for magazines and newspapers worldwide.