London’s First Pancake Art Café – To Home from London

If you have ever watched pancake art videos on social media and wished you could sink your teeth into the colourful creations, we have good news for you. London’s first pancake art café opened its doors in Camden Town last September and it’s an Instagram sensation.

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From Souvenirs to FOODVENIRS


To Home from London Photo: Urban Adventurer


 Founders, Bianca and Nacho, a Brazilian and Argentinean couple originally started To Home from London as a souvenir shop in 2017 after years of selling original watercolour artworks in Portobello Market.

Having made the realisation that souvenirs in London were mostly cheap mass products, the couple decided to shake up the traditional and stagnant souvenir market with their exciting collection.

They opened their first shop in Camden Town in 2017 where they started selling their original hand-painted souvenirs, including kitchen wear, stationary, apparel and accessories; all customisable.

In September 2020 they elevated their signature watercolour art to the next level and opened London’s first pancake art café to  transform their original designs into delicious pancakes.


Imagination is the Limit

London's First Pancake Art Cafe

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 When it comes to personalisation and pancake, your imagination is the limit. Ask anything and watch it being made in fort of your eyes. Personalise your souvenirs with special designs, messages, names, or anything else. They love crazy ideas.

The same is true to pancakes. Ask for London landmarks to animals to love letters or seasonal designs, literally anything; and watch your edible artwork being hand-drawn and served on a stylish paint palette with maple syrup and berries.


Eat the Rainbow

Rainbow Cheese Toast - To Home from London

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Fancy something more filling? How about eating the rainbow? Why not try their super Instagrammable ‘Rainbow Cheese Toast’ or its vegan alternative ‘Pink Not-Cheese Toast’ with tomato chutney on a multigrain bread loaf?


Art Brunch


Art Brunch at To Home from London art café offers seasonal-changing food and drink and the opportunity to get creative. Paint your eco tote bag or a jumper or colour a mug with the brand’s signature design while enjoying a pancake art and a drink of your choice.



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