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The Ballot Box, Greenford - pub details

Address: Horsenden Lane North, Greenford, London, Middlesex, UB6 7QL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29076) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Sudbury Town (0.7 miles), Sudbury Hill (0.7 miles), Greenford (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Sudbury Hill Harrow (0.7 miles), Sudbury & Harrow Road (0.7 miles), Greenford (1.2 miles)

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user reviews of the Ballot Box, Greenford

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This is a Greene King Hungry Horse that still has the Wacky Warehouse attached, but with a separate entrance. I was here for a children's party. I'm not quite sure why you would come here otherwise. Greene King IPA was the solitary ale. But prices were reasonable. It was my second visit here and I can only imagine a return visit for another children's event.
blue_scrumpy - 29 Jul 2018 20:35
This isn't usually the type of pub I'd review but I noticed that it hadnt been commented on for nearly 4 years so I thought it warranted a mention.

This isn't usually the type of pub that I drink in however, with the weather being as shocking as it was yesterday and the kids starting to get cabin fever indoors we thought we would take them to burn off some energy at the wacky warehouse which is an indoor play area at the back of the pub.

After an hour in there (it felt like a lot longer) we ventured next door for a couple of sherbets and bit of grub. The pub has Pride and GK IPA. I would have usually gone for a Pride but opted for a lager instead so can't comment on the condition of the ale.

They have a two for £10 food offer. You know the type where the menus have pictures on them and you get chips with absolutely everything. When the food arrived it resembled something that would have been served up in my secondary schools canteen. It tasted ok however, it was a catalyst for some extreme methane production. Therefore if it is ever reported that a suspected mustard gas attack has taken place in Perivale then this can probably be attributed to a busy lunchtime at the ballot box.

All in all it is a comfortable pub that serves its purpose and if your Missus ever pisses you off you can take her for a meal there then hold her head under the duvet later on that night

BeerGutt - 24 Mar 2013 11:36
here recently on day off due to snow. Found staff friendly and good food-well as good as can be expected for two for one.
weston - 10 Feb 2009 09:47
Went there with a few friends from work while we were in the area the other lunchtime. Of the 11 customers in the pub(including us), 7 were kids and most of them were under 5's. There's an 'adventure' playground in the back yard and high chairs in the bar.Is this a pub or a creche, as we certainly felt out of place not having any sprogs in tow...
nitrox11 - 26 Oct 2007 17:28
Large family pub. I've been here a couple of Sundays and one evening and always have to wait a life time to be served esp. on food where they only have 1 person taking orders on the till. Plenty of noisy kids running around
garrybear - 30 Nov 2006 12:12

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