With this year’s RBS Six Nations Championship shaping up to be the most competitive yet, Fitzrovia Barnyard is introducing its Beef, Beer & Bourbon Sundays for the duration of the competition.
Kicking off on 21st February from 3pm until 9pm, Barnyard will replace its a la carte menu with the aforementioned 3Bs.
For just £15 a head, hungry punters can tuck into their first cut of beef (served with bearnaise sauce and a bucket of chips) washed down with a craft beer and then a bourbon. After that refills are available for £5 per cut of beef and £2.50 for a bourbon or beer (extra chips are £2.50, bearnaise is bottomless.)
Barnyard’s 3Bs gives diners the perfect opportunity to try a selection of different cuts of beef – cooked to order by professional chefs – and all without breaking the bank!
The restaurant now takes reservations, but walk-ins are still welcome, whilst the menu has been expanded to include a wider selection of mains Ã¢â‚¬â€œ smoked salmon and potato bake with sour cream, capers and dill among the whilst still retaining much loved classics like the homemade sausage roll with piccalilli.