Lovers of nieuwe maatjes herring imported from the Netherlands can finally celebrate the arrival of the delicacy this Thursday (June 18). The Grand Central Oyster Bar‘s annual Holland Herring Festival was delayed a week, and will finally get underway on Thursday. The first-tasting ceremony, now in its 35th year, will begin at 12:00 noon. This […]
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Only 4 thing to say about Eric & Adam Miller’s Masterpiece, BKB, 313 E. 73rd St. 212 861-1038: GO, while you can. pic.twitter.com/yLbplKmwcO
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THE HAMPTONS’ HOTTEST Sea-to-Table
BKB 321 East 73rd Street, New York, NY 10021, 212-861-1038, www.bkbrestaurant.com
Hours of Operation: Dinner: Sunday-Thursday: 5-10pm, Friday-Saturday: 5-11pm
Oyster & Wine Happy Hour: 5-7pm daily in bar & lounge
Cuisine: Sea-to-Table & Farm-to-Table
Social Media: Facebook: bkbrestaurant
Hamptonites and those who long for the flavors of summer by the sea rejoice! Dynamic father-and-son team and co-owners Eric and Adam Miller transported their popular seasonal sea-to-table concept Bay Kitchen Bar from East Hampton to Manhattan’s Upper East Side with Partner Richard Silver. Located in the space that formerly housed Hospoda, the new outpost gives New Yorkers a chance to experience Miller’s cuisine year round.
BKB is the latest project from the Millers, who couldn’t wait for the Hamptons to come back to life this spring. “We were lucky to be embraced by the local community our first season. When an opportunity to take over the restaurant space at Bohemian National Hall came along, we couldn’t resist the temptation to see our guests again, plus introduce our cuisine to a whole new audience here in the city,” says Chef-Owner Eric Miller. Like the East Hampton original, this restaurant will serve inspired cocktails and the best seafood and meats that local East Coast suppliers have to offer. For a Long Island native like Eric Miller, sea and farm-to-table is not a new trend, but a way of life, having built relationships with local sources over the past 30 years as a chef. With an emphasis on high quality ingredients and clean Mediterranean preparations, everything is expertly chosen to provide the freshest and best selection for his guests.
Crafting menu that blends favorites from Bay Kitchen Bar with some new seasonal additions, BKB’s crave-worthy Snacks like Fresh Jumbo Lump Crab Cake; Slow Cooked Short Ribs; seasonal Poached Asparagus with Seasonal Vegetables and crispy Montauk Pearl Oysters, are all great new options , for a light bite alongside drinks. Plentiful Raw Bar selections like fresh and fabulous Eastern Oysters; Little Neck Clams; and marinated fresh fish salads made with Scallops, Harbor Fluke or Yellowfin Tuna are also offered to whet the appetite. First Course options ooze with comfort, from Miller’s signature Fisherman’s Soup; to Chickpea Crusted Fritto Misto that is the best I’ve had since Italy; and Braised and Seared Octopus with tomato-vegetable ragout, couscous and herbs that would do any Greek mama proud.
Seafood entrées of pan roasted fish and lobster rolls star on the Second Course menu alongside turf from the rotisserie and grill. Highlights include Bay Kitchen Bar’s signature Day Boat Sea Scallops, accompanied by a new spring blend of farro piccolo-grain salad and refreshing Champagne vinaigrette; and Mustard & Herb Crusted North Atlantic Tuna with a new basil potato & roasted peach cipollini glaze finish; while East Hampton Harbor Fluke with Sicilian capers, herbs, orzo and rainbow chard is a welcome new addition rounding out the offerings and is destined to become the signature dish. Poultry lovers will delight in Miller’s Roasted Herb-Stuffed Organic Chicken; and Slow-Turned Long Island Duck with wilted greens & dried cherries. The BKB Burger with aged cheddar, caramelized onions and special sauce; and BKB Hand-Shucked Lobster Roll have returned from the original menu for a more casual meal on a bun. Poultry lovers will delight in Miller’s Roasted Herb-Stuffed Chicken; and Slow-Turned Long Island Duck with roasted golden potato, wilted greens & dried cherries. The Black Angus Sirloin Cheeseburger and BKB Hand-Shucked Lobster Roll have returned from the original menu for a more casual meal on a bun.
Finishing on a sweet note, desserts are prepared by Pastry Chef Lukas Pohl. Czech-born Lukas is a decorated pastry chef hailing from Prague’s Michelin-starred restaurant La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoisie, and most recently Hospoda. A student of the Culinary Institute of America, Lukas was also a pastry instructor at prestigious Czech cooking institutes for years. BKB’s dessert offerings include a Crème Brûlée Trio that mashes up flavor pairings from espresso & cookie to matcha & raspberries; the signature Dark Chocolate Black Forest Bombe presented with a sidecar of warm salted caramel that is ceremoniously poured over to melt the bombe open and reveal sweet cherry jelly inside; to a comforting Czech dish of Warm Strudel; and seasonal Summer Berry Rhubarb Crumble, all accompanied by house made ice cream and sorbets. A selection of dessert wines, Toby Estate coffees and teas by In Pursuit of Tea are offered to pair with dessert.
Partner and General Manager Adam Miller, a graduate of the wine program at the International Culinary Center, reprises his role overseeing operations and the dining room. Having worked alongside his father as Director of Operations at Madison and Main in 2013, he came along for the ride at Bay Kitchen Bar last year as a full-fledged partner. There, Adam put his creative talents to work co-designing the space and overseeing the dining room. He developed a reputation for showering guests with his unique brand of irresistible charm, welcoming them with a smile and making sure service hums. With a natural eye for design, Adam studied fashion and interior design at Pratt Institute, after which he founded home goods brand Waverly & Irving. Adam’s passion for fine spirits and wine lead him to curate an extensive list of spirits, which will delight connoisseurs of whiskey, rum and tequila alike. He also assembled an all-star team to collaborate on BKB’s beverage program, offering inventive cocktails and carefully curated wine & beer lists to accompany Eric Miller’s cuisine.
The Millers are thrilled to welcome mixologist Maura McGuigan as their Beverage Director for this new venture. Maura comes with an impressive résumé under her belt, having been the first female Head Bartender at Chicago’s The Violet Hour, as well as Chef de Bar at Daniel Boulud’s Bar Pleiades and General Manager at Booker and Dax here in New York. She was also the “woman on the ground” for Death & Co. founders David Kaplan and Alex Day at The Rose in Jackson Hole. The cocktails at BKB meld all the techniques and tools Maura has been acquiring in her arsenal over the past eight years. “Expect to have elegantly crafted vintage and modern classics as well as a seasonally changing menu of creative originals that will take cues from the cuisine,” says McGuigan. Signature cocktails range from the Dime-Store Diplomat, made with Four Roses Bourbon, muddled clementine & lemon, Assam tea and aromatic bitters, to the Beaumont Club, Prairie Organic vodka, Angostura bitters, orgeat, lime and egg whites. A wide and sophisticated selection of beers by the bottle and draft are also prominently featured, including Cricket Hill Brewery’s East Coast Lager.
Reappearing from Bay Kitchen Bar is Eric Heine, serving as Wine Director at BKB. He is on hand to help guests navigate through the restaurant’s wine offerings and perfectly complement their meal. Certified by the Court of Master Sommeliers, Eric has an extensive knowledge of wine, beer, and liquor. He has traveled through winemaking regions in South America, Canada and the west coast of the US, where he explored the wines of Washington, Oregon and California. He is passionate about European-style winemaking, which mandates tighter control over the soil, grapes and consistency of the wines, and is gaining popularity outside of Europe. The cherry-picked wine list at BKB is focused on small producer wines that are characteristic of their regional terroir. It includes a variety of bottles under $100 as well as a global selection by the glass to pair with the menu. In true Hamptons fashion, each night kicks off with $1 Oyster Happy Hour from 5-7pm in the bar, including $5 Muscadet by the glass. We loved the wine list with lots of options under $50 and Mr. Heine’s expert advice, sans attitude.
Adam also brings Designer Scott Rominger to the team, a Pratt Institute friend with a degree in Architecture. A talented designer with a modern aesthetic, Rominger served as project manager for Rafael de Cárdenas’ firm Architecture at Large and worked on projects for Leong Leong before designing the original Bay Kitchen Bar interiors. He was called on again to reimagine the new space, as well as the restaurant’s visual elements from graphic design to social media. The Millers tasked Scott with transforming the mood of the room in just one month’s time. BKB’s ambiance echos the easy elegance and tranquility of the East Hampton original, but incorporates more upscale and modern muted tones with urban stainless steel touches.
The space has been thoughtfully renovated to retain some of the existing elements such as the walnut herringbone flooring, custom made furniture and see-through glass bar. The dining room has been cleared of communal picnic tables and filled with more intimate two and four tops. To provide guests with a comfortable dining experience, Thonet-style bentwood chairs upholstered in rich cobalt blue fabric hint at the maritime-focused menu, while the walls have been covered with textured fabric panels to both add warmth and reduce sound from New York’s noisy streets. A new low partition was added, creating a separate bar & lounge area as well as providing a central service station for efficiency. The overall atmosphere provides a modern yet comfortable experience that is on par with the cuisine.
The 1,430 sq. ft. space seats 44 for dinner and to accommodate walk-ins, a more casual 12-seat bar & lounge area with a prime view of the bartender in action shaking up signature concoctions. There is also a private dining space for up to 8 guests tucked away, and an open kitchen on the lower level.
BKB is open for dinner seven days a week, from 5-10pm weeknights and 5-11pm on weekends. The restaurant and Bohemian National Hall are both perfect venues for special occasions and private events of all sizes. For event inquiries, please call 212-861-1038 or contact Jacqueline Le Borne email@example.com.
Let’s hope NYC will begin to offer more restaurants like BKB wonderful food, bar, wine, service and gentle prices. What more can you ask for. Well . . . I wish it were in my neighborhood.
Sample Dinner Menu
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158 East 48th Street, NYC, (btw 3rd & Lexington Avenues)
Capacity: Main Dining Room: 75 First Dining Room: 45 Bar: 30 / Lounge: 15 Wine Cellar/Basement Private Dining Room: 30 Private Dining Room: 18 Hours: Lunch: Monday – Friday, 11:30am – 3:30pm Dinner: Daily, 4:30pm – 10:45pm Credit Cards: American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Diners Club Website: www. theseafiregrill.com Social Media: www.facebook.com/TheSeaFireGrill www.twitter.com/ TheSeaFireGrill
Here is the best luxury seafood restaurant to open in Manhattan in ages.
Owned/Operated: Benjamin Steakhouse Chef: Ted Pryor produces Contemporary American Seafood Signature Dishes with flair, like an elegant Lobster Bisque, Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, Pan Roasted Scallops, Organic Scottish Salmon, Alaskan King Crab Legs, and the famous SFG Surf & Turf, that will make you a convert. The chef has a solid hand and keeps the cuisine contemporary, but not silly or pretentious.
Signature Cocktail include: Fleur Garnis (gin, lavender elixir, lemon and Champagne), Thyme Will Tell (bourbon, thyme, Vermont maple syrup and lemon), Angel’s Sip (rye, sweet vermouth, and a 10-‐year aged balsamic vinegar).
The Interior Design offers a Sleek interior with ivory tile floors, shimmering blue recessed lighting and mirrored accents throughout give the space a modern edge while the main dining room takes cues from the classic steakhouse with dark wood floors, wainscoting and a roaring marble fireplace, which is a signature décor feature in all Benjamin Steakhouse Group venues. The chic interior was designed in conjunction with Greg Centeno, CEO of New World Planning and Design, Inc.
Having conquered the classic American steakhouse with Benjamin Steakhouse on East 41st Street and a second location in White Plains, NY, the Benjamin Steakhouse Group (BSG), owned by Benjamin Prelvukaj and Ben Sinanaj, has moved beyond beef with the opening of The Sea Fire Grill ). At the kitchen’s helm is newly appointed chef Ted Pryor formerly of Opia Restaurant, Les Halles and Orsay. The Sea Fire Grill offers an approachable, contemporary American seafood menu that takes clean, straightforward presentation cues from the group’s steakhouse background offering guests an elegant, classic dining experience. Having opened for dinner during the holiday season, the restaurant is now open for lunch service Monday – Friday and is launching a special “Oyster Happy Hour” Monday – Friday, 4 – 7pm where fresh oysters are $1.50 a piece and wines by the glass, draft beer, and select cocktails are half priced.
When entering The Sea Fire Grill (SFG), diners are greeted by a sleek bar area with recessed lighting and ivory colored tile floors. Mirrored features begin and continue from the bar through the lounge area complete with dark hardwood high-‐top tables that are accented by a shimmering blue wall. A sweeping cream-‐colored banquette lines the wall of the first dining room and windows above give a glimpse into the courtyard of the Buchanan building with which SFG shares its residence. Moving into the main dining room, diners will find dark wood floors, elegant chandeliers and flowing sheer curtains that dress the windows. At the far end of the room, a roaring marble fireplace, a signature décor feature in all BSG venues, is surrounded by floor to ceiling customized dark wood wine racks. The chic interior was designed in conjunction with Greg Centeno, CEO of New World Planning and Design, Inc. The back room is our favorite . . . really comfortable and elegant.
Upon being seated guests are greeted with Sea Fire Grill’s signature dish for the table, Whitefish Spread served with toasted rosemary focaccia and seeded flatbreads. Anyone weary of whitefish will surely sing a different tune after tasting this salty, creamy, flavorful spread – the perfect way to whet your appetite while perusing the menu.
Those wanting to start with the raw bar will find favorites such as East & West Coast Oysters ($MP) (perfect with the excellent cocktails and wines) and Colossal Shrimp Cocktail ($4.75/pc). To get a little taste of it all order the Seafood Sampler ($32 as pictured above), which has all the favorites – fresh clams, shrimp, oysters, and ½ lobster. Appetizers include a creamy Lobster Bisque ($15) with a generous helping of both claw and tail meat that surprise the palate in almost every bite; Pan Roasted Scallops ($20) accompanied by a celery root puree and luscious caviar beurre blanc; and always a classic, Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes ($20) are the same as at sister restaurant Benjamin Steakhouse – fried and crispy on the outside with melt in your mouth crab meat on the inside with red pepper coulis for a kick. But leave room. Entrees thrill..
The Remarkable Lobster (Above); Luscious Crab (Below)
Seafood lovers will marvel in the fish and shellfish entrées: Yellowfin Tuna ($40) has a flavorful crust of fennel, coriander and cumin, is served over bok choy and finished with an umami rich sauce of sesame and soy; and Whole Maine Lobsters ($26/lb) are broiled or steamed or stuffed with succulent crabmeat for $31 lb. While fresh, seasonal seafood is certainly the focal point at Sea Fire Grill, the owners have also borrowed their expertise of steaks and their signature dry-‐ aging process perfected at Benjamin Steakhouse for meat hungry diners as evidenced by Sea Fire Grill’s Surf & Turf ($MP), a must have for aficionados seeking the best of both worlds indulging in tender bone-‐in filet mignon and one-‐and-‐a-‐half pounds of buttery steamed lobster.
Pair these main dishes (among many others) with any side offering such as velvety Whipped Yukon Gold Potatoes ($9), Brussels Sprouts with Smoked Bacon ($9), or decadent Lobster Mac & Cheese ($15).
Guests looking for a quick bite or a drink at the bar can order from the expansive bar menu with favorites such as a buttery, succulent Lobster Sliders ($25), light and crispy Calamari ($14), and very tasty Long Island Littleneck Clams ($2/pc).
The Distinguished Salmon Burger
Monday through Friday, guests are encouraged to get out of work early to take advantage of Sea Fire Grill’s Oyster Happy Hour where fresh oysters are $1.50 a piece and wines by the glass, draft beer, and select cocktails are half priced. Specialty cocktails were developed to appeal to both men and women. The Fleur Garnis combines gin, lavender elixir, lemon and Champagne for a bubbly, light drink to complement several seafood dishes, while the Thyme Will Tell, made with bourbon, thyme, Vermont maple syrup and lemon is a perfect pairing for heartier meat dishes.
The menu also boasts an impressive listing of classic cocktails like the Sazerac, Sidecar and Old Fashioned. The wine list at SFG has been carefully curated by outstanding Beverage Director/Sommelier and Manager: Jason Ferris who is known for shaping the wine programs of restaurants nationwide, including SD26 and Gilt here in NYC and at Philadelphia’s Striped Bass where his work was recognized by Food & Wine Magazine as one of “2005’s Top Ten New Wine Lists.” Ferris’ keen palate also recently made him a “Top Taster” winner in a blind tasting at this year’s New York City Wine & Food Festival.
Delicious desserts, as well as expert service conclude an exhilarating experience. and The Sea Fire Grill boasts not one but two private dining rooms, one located at the immediate entrance that includes a lavish wine closet and can accommodate 18 people, and one in the basement, only accessible via the kitchen, which can hold 30 and will offer exclusive chef tasting menus.
Our duel tasting dinner started with the DAILY SELECTION OF EAST AND WEST COAST OYSTERS. They were fresh as the sea and served with PINK PEPPERCORN MIGNONETTE / COCKTAIL SAUCE. Next, we paired traditional STEAK TARTAR with TOAST POINTS against a creative YELLOWFIN TUNA TARTAR “NIÇOISE” with BLACK OLIVE / FRISEE / and TOMATO JAM. Both were lovely and refreshing. A PAN ROASTED SCALLOPS dish set on CELERY ROOT with a CAVIAR BURRE BLANC followed, while my partner enjoyed huge MADAGASCAR GARLIC PRAWNS with TOASTED GARLIC and LEMON. A CHILLED LOBSTER SALAD with AVOCADO / GREENS and a zesty SHALLOT VINAIGRETTE and a magnificent HALIBUT ON A BED OF ASPARAGUS that was pure and perfect, as were the accompanying sides of LOBSTER MAC & CHEESE and CREAMED SPINACH.
Jason Ferris selected a sequence of fresh, delightful and affordable wines from the excellent list to accompany dinner. The Vouvray provided an amazing value, offering good fruit, acid and balance with a gentle fade-out finish. The big surprise was a Barboursville, Reserve, Monticello, Virginia 2010 VIOGNIER. If it’s still available, go for it. Desserts are elegant and delicious. Don’t miss the terrific desserts: CRÈME BRULEE and the KEY LIME TART are a welcome relief from standard seafood finales.
One of Manhattan’s top seafood restaurants, The Sea Fire Grill is not to be missed and rates A+ on The Walman Report.
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Ring in the New Year with The Flex Crew at Either of Our Locations 154 West 13th Street, NYC * Reservations 212.229.0222 or 174 East 82nd Street, NYC * Reservations 212.717.7772 December 31st, 2010 11 PM – 1 AM THE FLEX PARTY Open "Top Shelf" Bar Flex Finger Foods Mini-Sweets by Our Star Pastry Chef, […]
Aaron Bashy, executive chef at Pershing Square in New York City, and Paul Randazzo, owner of the famous Randazzo’s Clam Bar in Sheepshead Bay, will create culinary concoctions and share their gourmet wizardry with the public at the Grand Central Oyster Frenzy on Saturday, September 25, at the historic Grand Central Oyster Bar.
Mr. Randazzo will concoct “Baked Oysters on the Half Shell Italian Style” at 12:40 pm, while Mr. Bashy will serve up “Oyster Po Boys” at 1:20 PM at chef demonstrations, which include tastings for those in attendance.
The Professional Shucking Championships, first round at 1:00 pm, the annual ”Slurp Off” eating contest open to the public, and a “beer shucking” showdown will also highlight the Frenzy at the iconic seafood restaurant located “below sea level” at Grand Central Terminal.
The Oyster Frenzy begins at 12:00 noon,
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Le Pescadeux’s Refined Seafood Is Some Of NY’s Best . . . And It’s a Bargain
On a quaint block on Thompson Street, nestled between Prince and Spring, sits a small restaurant with a big purpose. Le Pescadeux is the only restaurant in New York City that focuses on the French Canadian culinary migration experience from the Maritimes through Quebec and down to Louisiana. Owner Chuck Perley, a native of Montreal, Quebec and known for his previous success Le Pescadou, the city’s first French seafood bistro, is committed to demonstrating the incredible culinary history Canada possesses and how their prowess has trickled down the East Coast and thankfully onto our plates.The results are memorable.
The Charming Dining Room
Throughout Le Pescadeux’s lunch, dinner, early “birdy” and brunch menus, fish sourced both from Canada and down through its East Coast culinary trail are the stars. To begin, Selected East Coast OYSTERS (we sampled four varieties) were so perfect they only needed a squirt of lemon. Succulent LITTLE NECK CLAMS were their equal.
That the chef knows his thing is proved in such appetizers as Roasted Calamari with Picante Piri Piri Sauce, a nod to the Portuguese settlement in Canada and the spicy chili used throughout Portuguese cuisine; Tender Octopus in a light tomato sauce (a special); Cajun Glazed Rock Shrimp with Blue Cheese Sauce, demonstrating the Acadian movement of French speaking settlers from the Maritime Provinces to Louisiana, the land of Cajun cuisine had an addictive crunch, yet remained remarkably moist; and Sautéed P.E.I. Mussels with Chorizo and Tomato, a twist on the traditional mussels harvested from Prince Edward Island’s coastal community, were absolutely delicious..
The Signature Roasted Calamari with Piri Piri Sauce
Besides the unique French Canadian concept, probably one of the most unusual aspects of Le Pescadeux’s menu is their “Fish Duets,” where diners can choose two, half orders of the signature seafood options for only $22. It is an incredible deal but more over a wonderful way to continue your palate’s tour de Canada. Popular choices are the Grand Bank Flounder with a Fried Oyster Hat in a Béarnaise; the Walleye Pike “Gnocchi,” with Organic Baby Turnips and Lardons, so fluffy and light but hand made with no potato in sight; and the Crisped Atlantic Dorado with Cauliflower Puree. Soft Shell Crabs with Spicy Mayonnaise (a special) were crispy delights.
Fish Duet of Bass and Cod Above
While seafood may be the star, a wide variety of meats provide a brilliant supporting cast performance. The Braised Pork with Bone Marrow Butter under appetizers gets the award for most succulent; the Picci Pasta with Duck Ragout wins for most hearty; the Hanger Steak aux ‘Deux’ Poivres with Jack’s Fries is a stand out for taste and tenderness in a city overflowing with steak options; and the Lamb Porterhouse with Madeira Glaze and Mushroom Polenta has just enough sweet and savory. Inquire about specials. We adored the Bouillabaisse Quebecoise, (Quebec-Style) Fish Soup that puts French Bouillabaisse to shame.
For Le Pescadeux, Perley combined forces with French born Bruno Soubirous, a long time employee of Le Pescadou, and an incredibly well seasoned restaurant professional, probably best known for his time as Restaurant Manager and Maitre d’ in the BLT Empire. In addition to his duties as co-owner, Soubirous also put together Le Pescadeux’s impressive wine list, covering many regions in France, Italy, New Zealand, Austria, the USA, Germany, Argentina, Australia and of course Canada for their incredible Riesling and Ice Wine. We enjoyed an outstanding 2007 Graves for $58 from Chateau Ferrande and a complex Ice Wine from Peller Estate. There are also some excellent values in wines by the glass, especially Champagnes.
Manning the kitchen is Executive Chef Adriano Ricco, a super star chef, born in Brazil but with experience across a variety of cuisines. He was most recently cooking alongside Floyd Cardoz at Tabla but spent an incredible 4 years with Laurent Tourondel at a variety of his BLT establishments and started his career at D.O.M. Restaurant in Sao Paolo, Brazil. His versatility and timing are as amazing as his eye-catching tattoos.
Besides the excellent bread from Sullivan Street Bakery, desserts are surprising excellent. Don’t miss the Quebec City Sugar Pie and Tapioca, Cranberry, Walnut Fritters with White Choco Crème Anglaise. There is also a terrific Cheese selection, all in prime condition and served at room temperature.
Le Pescadeux is open Tuesday – Sunday, serving lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Le Pescadeux also offers a great happy hour from 4:30-7pm on weekdays offering beer and cocktail specials along with half price oysters.
Don’t Miss It! An Absolute Must!!!
Le Pescadeux (90 Thompson Street, New York, NY 10012,
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