The Wheatsheaf pub and grill reopens in Farnham
PUBLISHED: 10:50 09 December 2013 | UPDATED: 10:50 09 December 2013
The grade II listed Wheatsheaf pub and grill on West Street, Farnham has thrown open its doors following a £500,000 extensive refurbishment, which aims to transform it into Farnham’s latest must visit rendezvous.
With Peter Pan inspired by author JM Barrie’s days spent holidaying in nearby Tilford, the boy who never grew up features among the pub’s stylish new interior.
Also new to the pub is the open plan kitchen, which is led by head chef Jay Williams and his team who cook up culinary delights like brined and braised belly of British pork on a celeriac puree with sautéed greens, bacon and hazy hog jus.
The Wheatsheaf Pub & Grill is the fifth pub to open by the Surrey-based and independently owned Red Mist Leisure.
Run by three friends, Mark Williams, Julian Clarke and Mark Robson, the trio already run The Queen’s Head at West Clandon, The Stag at Eashing, The Duke of Cambridge at Tilford and The Exchequer at Crookham.