You might not guess it, but this place is from those clever guys behind the forever booked up Dabbous restaurant. The clue’s in the title, Barnyard is a much more relaxed affair and only just around the corner should you want to compare notes. Inside is a long bar which you can eat at, and the restaurant is hidden up stairs behind a tree and fence; real life yard vibes - tick.

The food menu is amazing and well-priced, with most sides only costing £3 (yes please cauliflower cheese), we also recommended the wings and the roast beef on toast.

As you’d expect from a bar created by Oskar Kinberg, the drinks are pretty bad ass in here – Shandies, Hard Shakes and Boilermakers are the name of the game in here with a wine and beer option too. We loved the Country House Shandy with elderflower, lemon, ginger ale, bourbon and Goose Island IPA, and if you don’t want a pudding definitely try their Lavender shake with white rum.

Oh, and word of warning do NOT turn up here in a checked shirt because you will become part of the bar team (yeah, we learnt this the hard way).



18 Charlotte St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 2LY, UK


Mon - Wed 12pm - 10.30pm, Thurs - Fri: 12pm - 11pm, Sat: 11am - 11pm. Sun: 11am - 9pm



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