Based out of Sydney, Australia, Tristan Lutze is a freelance food writer and recipe developer whose work appears regularly in many of country's most highly regarded and well-read publications.
He contributes regularly to:
His work includes feature articles, news pieces, chef profiles, interviews, reviews, location/travel guides and annual 'best-of' lists.
Past features include:
DELICIOUS: The San Francisco Restaurant Anthony Bourdain Swore By (Swan Oyster depot)
DELICIOUS: The Seafood Restaurant Rick Stein Flew To The Other Side Of The World For (Fleur's Place)
BROADSHEET: There's Something About Mary's (Mary's Underground)
BROADSHEET: A Day In The Chin Chin Kitchen
BROADSHEET: Staff Meal - Mr Wong
BROADSHEET: Big Fish In Small Ponds
GOURMET TRAVELLER: Game Of Thrones Whisky Taste Test
SELECTOR MAGAZINE: 1-on-1 With The Best (a day in the kitchen with Mark Best)
NEWS.COM.AU: Impossible Burger 2.0 Review (with video)
In 2018, Tristan created 'The Diner Project', a pop-up food stall at Sydney's Carriageworks Farmer's Market inspired by his travels on Route 66.