With the RBS Six Nations in full-swing, popular Fitzrovia restaurant Barnyard has announced the launch of its Beef, Beer and Bourbon Sundays, which will run for the duration of the competition.

Barnyard Interior shot of the bar

The menu will kick off on February 21 and will run from 3-9pm. During this time the restaurant will replace its a la carte menu with one only consisting of beef, beer and bourbon – otherwise known as the 3Bs.

The 3B Sundays at Barnyard will give you the perfect chance to try a different cuts of beef – cooked to order by professional chefs – without breaking the bank!

Barnyard Interior with tables

For just £15 a head, 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 followed by a bourbon.

After your initial fill, you can order extra cuts of beef for £5 per slice and £2.5o for an extra beer or bourbon.

Extra chips can be ordered for just £2.50 and the bearnaise sauce is bottomless.

Barnyard Interior stools

We love the rustic design of the restaurant, and the relaxed and organic interiors have made the restaurant popular with locals and visitors alike.

The restaurant now takes reservations but, if you’re more of a last-minute diner, walk-ins are still welcome.

Their main menu has recently been expanded to include a wider selection of mains which now includes smoked salmon and potato bake with sour cream, capers and dill.

If you prefer their classic meals, not to worry, the much-loved dishes like the homemade sausage roll with piccalilli are still available.