Restaurants, Tea rooms Soho
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Nothing seems to change at this original branch of the pioneering Antipodean coffee joint, with the same decorations (wacky and very nice), same flooring, same seating and the same general choice of food and drink.

Edibles and potables are standard-issue coffee-bar fare, and both are done to a very creditable standard. But while the absence of change can be a good thing, it is not so laudable if it enshrines some long-established shortcomings, such as not enough heat in an espresso – we’ve complained about this several years running, and it still happens. Droopy-looking sandwiches as the afternoon wears on – ditto.

These are such easy problems to fix, we wonder why they remain. Probably because the crowds continue to flood in, come what may. And bar those quibbles, we share their appreciation.



Venue name: Sacred
Address: 13 Ganton Street
Opening hours: Open 7.30am-8pm Mon-Fri; 10am-8pm Sat; 10am-7pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus
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Average User Rating

4.7 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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Samantha H

A place just off Carnaby Street where you can get a seat on a Friday night at 6pm and enjoy some drinks!  The fact you can even get into this place immediately gives it an extra star!  The service is quick, attentive and friendly. Drinks were reasonably priced with 2 glasses of sparkling wine for £10. We had a few with some nibbles and enjoyed chatting in the relaxed vibe for a few hours. Would definitely recommend and will be back next time I am in the area. Apparently the coffee is lush too! 

Minal S

Seriously my favourite coffee place. And if you want a steaming cup of tea (black, fruit or herbal), it will be served to you in one of those antique, porcelain teapots that resemble an Edwardian house- charming!


A fantastic cafe to hangout in during a busy day of shopping in and around Carnaby St. I tend to avoid the big name coffee brands these days and Sacred Cafe is a delightful alternative. Order a pot of Gunpowder tea, take it downstairs and chill on one of their very comfy sofa's for an hour or so.