Lost Boy3 Downing Street
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The premises, formerly owned by Greene King, was acquired by Oakman Inns & Restaurants in July 2018 and reopened as the Lost Boy, a reference to Farnham's connection with Peter Pan. The early Georgian listed building has oak floors and character features with a conservatory on the side as well as al fresco patio. The building has been sympathetically restored, in keeping with it's origins. Two real ales are regularly served, TEA and London Pride. Drinkers are most welcome and there is sometimes a rotating third guest ale available. There is a wood burning stove in one of the drinking areas and board games can be found in another. The main dining areas are towards the rear of the pub, which features a wood fired pizza oven. As well as a set range of pizzas from the menu, you can also order a "build your own" pizza. There is further dining in the orangery and also on the landscaped terrace in good weather. There is a large room upstairs, overlooking Downing Street, that is available for bookings.