‘Every Bill Granger restaurant reflects the spirit we like to think of as ‘Australian’: Bill opened his first restaurant in Sydney’s Darlinghurst in 1993. It soon became loved for its legendary breakfasts. Twenty five years later, Bill’s relaxed, friendly and infectious joy in good, fresh food has become truly global, and is enjoyed at his restaurants in Sydney, Seoul, Tokyo, Honolulu and London.’
Bill has written 11 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.
It is no wonder that the restaurant is so popular: the room is appealing and light-filled, the global menu inventive, and the cooking assures a satisfying meal.
Menus usually feature healthy foods such as avocados, toasted coconut bread, buckwheat and lots of other fruits. Drinks are equally well taken care of on the lengthy menu with everything from espresso with housemade almond milk to green juices.
My friend’s review: “Best breakfast spot in town. Pancakes were awesome and the toasted coconut bread was delicious as never before. The buckwheat with avocado and sweetcorn fritter are really tasty. Açai and rasperry frappé exceptional. Could eat them on a daily basis. Once you go to granger, you would like to go there again! And if you get really addicted, they do take away.”
237 Pavilion Road
50 Sekforde Street
London EC1R 0HA
7 Pancras Square
London N1C 4AG
175 Westbourne Grove
London W11 2SB