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It's Pancake Day, the day of pancakes. And while toiling away at your stove, failing to master the flip you claimed you had in the bag, sounds, ermmm, interesting, we have a more appealing alternative.

At famed US chef Wolfgang Puck's London-based restaurant Cut, a deliciously American serving of pancakes is patiently awaiting your mouth. We say American because our traditionally thin, crêpe-style pancakes are replaced by authentic buttermilk discs.

They're served with a selection of seasonal berries, bourbon maple syrup and whipped maple butter. The pancakes themselves consist of flour, sugar, eggs, buttermilk, lemon zest and baking powder.

If you fancy trying them out for yourself, and we heartily recommend that you do, then check out the official website here.

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