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David Smith was born on 1982 in Katoomba, Australia. Discover David Smith's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 38 years old?

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2010

In December 2010, Smith, with his partner Elizabeth Sgroi, opened their second business, Handsome Drake Fine Foods. Located in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, they specialise in quality jams, relishes, chutneys, organic biscotti, organic lavosh, flavoured oils, curry pastes, organic pasta, pasta sauces, preserved vegetables, and muesli.

2009

In September 2009, when the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide was released, Glenella received a very positive review, setting them in line to grow on to better things. Unfortunately, even after these reviews and the business that they brought with them, the goal of the restaurant changed and in April 2010 Smith left Glenella.

2008

In July 2008 Smith started at Glenella in Blackheath as the head chef. Glenella has operated as a guesthouse and restaurant since 1905. It was made famous between 1973 and 1989 by Michael and Monique Manners. The restaurant was considered by many as the pinnacle of regional dining.

2004

Starting as a kitchenhand at the age of 14, Smith was keen to become a chef. He spent many years in kitchens in small cafés and restaurants, and managing club catering operations. In August 2004 he started at Mash Café & Restaurant as the head chef in Glenbrook, New South Wales, where he finally had a chance to grow and show off his skills and ideas.

1982

David Andrew Smith (born 1982 at Katoomba, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian chef, hospitality consultant, and producer of gourmet food products.

1970

David arrived at Glenella after the restaurant hadn't been operating for a number of years. The rooms and restaurant were renovated, and the famous restaurant was reborn. Their first review was in the Sydney Morning Herald's Traveller section saying "The piece de resistance of the modern-day Glenella, as with the original in the 1970s, is the quality of the food. The restaurant, under chef David Smith, who has made his way up the mountain from Mash Cafe and Restaurant at Glenbrook, has a small and simple menu comprising four entrees ($16), five mains including some outstanding rabbit and duck (all $32) and four desserts ($15), as well as a cheese platter. An application for a wine-bar license has been approved, so non-diners will soon be able to enjoy a drink".