Glen spends most of his time out of the limelight

However, for more than a decade, he has tempted the tastebuds of many Mansfield residents and visitors alike

JUST SO: Glen Hughes taking that extra bit of care with presentation at the Rangeview Restaurant. PHOTO: Peter Hunt

GETTING a chance to sit down with a busy chef can be difficult.

However, in between feeding some 130 lady golfers for the Mansfield Bowl, Glen Hughes was able to give an overview of his life.

Born in 1980 in Rooty Hill, Sydney, Glen was a local lad in a growing part of the western suburbs of Sydney, known for the largest club in the southern hemisphere, the Rooty Hill RSL.

“A lot of people were moving west at that time, so it was a vibrant place,” he said.

“I went to Rooty Hill Primary and Rooty Hill Secondary schools where I completed my HSC.

“At the time I had no great idea what I wanted to do.”

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