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 – 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.

Barnyard, 18 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 2LZ  www.barnyard.co.uk