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Over his career he shared the kitchen with and trained in in some of the most acclaimed restaurants in the world, including London's acclaimed River Café, Paul Rankin’s Michelin-starred Roscoff and Albert Roux’s Michelin-starred Le Gavroche.
Soon after his success with Aqua Luna Bar he opened Woollahra's award-winning modern Italian restaurant La Salsa in 2005.
At just 21 years of age he became the youngest ever winner of the prestigious UK's Young Chef Award, a feat yet to be broken by another entrant in more than 25 years.
In 1999, Darren moved to Australia and was headhunted to become the Head Chef and shareholder of Aqua Luna Bar and Restaurant at Sydney’s East Circular Quay, which received rave reviews for its first eight weeks in business.
In 1994, Sal won the short program and finished with the bronze medal in the junior event at the Canadian Championships.
That same year, she achieved her biggest success to date by winning the senior bronze medal with her pairs partner, Jason Turner.
Sal and Pelletier were inducted into the Skate Canada Hall of Fame in 2008. They were inducted into the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame on March 26, 2009. Sal was paired with Craig Simpson, a Canadian hockey player and now the lead analyst for Hockey Night in Canada, for the Battle of the Blades competition in fall 2009, which she won.
Speaking before his blind date, the 20-year-old, who has 1.6 million Twitter followers and a loyal fanbase of 'Vampettes', said: 'People have a preconception of what you're going to be like if you're in a band.' After deciding which animals they resembled (Isobel, a racoon, and Brad, an otter), the pair discussed their plans for later and rated each other a 10/10 for a date - at the same time admitting their lack of hunger After deciding which animals they resembled (Isobel, a racoon, and Brad, an otter), the pair discussed their plans for later and rated each other a 10/10 for a date - at the same time admitting their lack of hunger.