Jonray Sánchez-Iglesias, British chef, Died at 32


Jonray Sánchez-Iglesias died on November 13, 2015.

He was a well known British chef.

Jonray owned the restaurant called Casamia in Bristol with his brother Peter.

The two took over the restaurant in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, from their parents in 1997 before building it up to one of the most acclaimed places to eat in the UK.

Jonray won Ramsay’s Restaurant Awards in 2010.

The brothers were also named chefs of the year in the Good Food Guide 2015.

Jonray’s and his brothers’ talent has been most recently recognized just before his death.

The recognition was announced in the Sunday Times naming Casamia as the fourth best restaurant in the UK.

He leaves behind his wife and two daughters.

Jonray Sanchez-Iglesias passed away at age 32 due to melanoma.