Brian’s Banting Kitchen Pop-Up Lunches.

The next Brian’s Banting Kitchen Pop-Up is on Saturday, March 9th in Pringle Bay at 1pm. The long lunch features five courses, all of which are sugar-free, low-carb and Banting friendly. “A guilt-free feast if you are diabetic or following a low-carb diet,” says Brian Berkman of the R350 a head eat-as-much-as-you-wish buffet lunch that is enjoyed around his long table in their light-filled home. There are just 10 places available so booking in advance at Quicket or at is essential.

I was lucky enough to join Brian for a lunch in his home last year. I took a few pics, but the truth is they don’t do justice to the subtle blend of savoury and sweet flavours of the veg curry, cauliflower mash, hummus and al dente broccoli that we were served. Before the irresistible cupcakes and chocolate brownies. There was a selection of cheese and a crisp salad, coffee and more too, I was just too consumed by the chats to capture them …

I’m so happy to know that Brian is now offering regular pop-up lunches at his gorgeous home and I highly recommend that you sign up for one soonest, so as not to miss out. Charming, generous and beautifully prepared, all in my – and Brian’s – precious Pringle Bay.


Booking Details

Bookings via Quicket are also open for the following dates: April 27, May 11, June 8, July 20, August 17, September 7, October 19, November 23, December 14, December 21 and January 4 2020. Don’t waste time securing your spot.

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