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About 63 Degrees
63 Degrees is a family owned restaurant in the heart of Manchester"s Northern Quarter. Opened by the Moreau family the food is an expression of modern French cuisine; using only locally sourced and fresh ingredients. The restaurant's cuisine has been designed to delight the customers senses; particularly with the signature dishes which are cooked at 63°, making the poultry incomparably tender with unforgettable flavours.
The restaurant benefits from a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere with an individual interior design. Average costs for a Main Course range from £12 to £24 with an average 3 course meal costing approximately £30. 63 Degrees can cater for private events or parties including wedding receptions, delivering fine dining with excellent service.
Manchester, M4 1HQ
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Friday: 12pm - 9.30pm
Saturday: 12pm - 11pm
Sunday: 12pm - 9pm
£26 to £40
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
0161 832 5438
Occasional live french singer
NCP Car Park.
Arndale, High St, Manchester M4 1AZ
Travelling by Train: Trains arriving into Manchester Picadilly Station; (Approx 12 mins walk to restaurant)
Travelling by Bus: Buses arriving into Manchester Picadilly Gardens (Approx 5 mins walk to restaurant)
Bar/Lounge, Cocktails, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining , Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Tasting menu every Tuesday evening from 5.30pm
Wedding Cocktail, Lunch or Dinner
63 Degrees Ratings and Reviews
Booked a table for my wife’s birthday celebration and couldn’t be more complimentary. This was the second time that we went to 63 Degrees and the second time that we left hugely impressed. The restaurant is all about the food: simply the best in the North West (coming from a hungry Frenchman and a fussy wife who have tried numerous other places).
Can’t wait to go back.
Tasting menu was absolutely fantastic. Great price for a Tuesday night, the pairing of ingredients was spot on, only downside is although I know it’s a tasting menu, portion sizes could be slightly bigger - especially the lobster risotto.
Recommend the cheese board afterwards!!
Simply some of the best food we have ever eaten. I cannot recommend 63 Degrees highly enough to anyone who cares about flavour and the quality. We can't stop thinking about the delicious food we had, and can't wait to go back (I am trying to find an 'occasion' so we can make another trip). I also cannot praise the service highly enough - not fussy, just excellent, friendly service. We felt completely at home and relaxed, which made the dinner even more enjoyable. Yes, the food is pricey, but for a special occasion, worth every penny if taste is what's important to you.
Lunch with friends at 63 was a lovely experience! We had the set lunch and the food was wonderfully cooked and flavoursome and beautifully presented.
We received helpful information and suggestions for our meal.
We are returning soon and will be enthusiastically recommending this super restaurant.
Our visit was a special lunch to celebrate my daughter's birthday. There was six of us, plus my 11 month old grandson. The table settings were simple but immaculate and the front of house staff were very attentive. While the restaurant is "high end" the atmosphere was informal, and we felt relaxed about "containing" the grandson. The cuisine was authentically French by M Moreau, individually prepared and of a very high standard. After the meal my daughter remarked it was one of the best meals she had ever had. The wine, a Gewurztraminer Grand Cru, was also reasonably priced, given its quality.
I feel we are fortunate to be able to enjoy the tradition and sophistication of French, or should I say Parisian cuisine, here in Manchester.
We had a fantastic birthday night at 63 degrees. It was such a friendly atmosphere and smart casual environment. What I love about his place is not too formal in a good way. I felt really comfortable and relaxed to enjoy exquisite food. There are many tempting food on the menu so I will definitely come back and try.
Tried their lunch menu which was very good value for 3 courses at £20. Had the salmon starter which was fresh and light. The cod main course was beautifully cooked and the sides of Provençal vegetables and French fries were divine. Pudding was a trio of mini desserts which rounded off the meal perfectly. They do a taster menu on Tuesday evening which sounds great and is the next thing I'll be trying.
Exquisite food and the service was great. Really friendly and nice, calm atmosphere. The music wasn't too loud that conversation was difficult and it was a relaxing place to sit, chat and enjoy the flavour of the dishes. I would definitely recommend to foodies who enjoy a relaxed Parisian setting and great French cuisine. I particularly enjoyed my chocolate sphere, which would be sure to prove a favourite for instagramers.
Two male friends had the set lunch menu because we did not want to eat a lot and it looked good value. We ended up having the same dishes so that is less helpful for reviewing the cooking but, on the other hand, we both liked what we ate. Our starters were smoked salmon in a lime cream and it had a real zing to it. Our mains were duck and we ordered a vegetable side. It needed the added veg but the duck and accompaniments were really good. We could easily have stopped there but decided to have the cheese to finish. The three French cheeses were all familiar so this dish was less interesting.
Water, coffee and a glass of wine were all as expected. Unfortunately, there was not only no fresh mint for tea but they'd run out of peppermint tea too. A minor blip. The restaurant was quiet - too quiet but we were assured by our delightful French server that the place is usually busy but going through a bad week. I looks as if the school holidays has cut custom temporarily. Service was friendly and efficient. The bill was very reasonable given the standard of cooking.
We were told about an evening tasting menu that is very popular and it's likely each of us will return with our wives to try it out.
Finally, I wasn't really familiar with the Northern Quarter but the restaurant is in an interesting location opposite the retained walls of the otherwise redeveloped Old Fish Market. Good spot!
We had a very enjoyable evening at 63 Degrees; it's a relief to find a good quality French restaurant in Manchester again. The food was excellent; the wine good value, and the ambience just right - in particular, there was NO music. As one of our company said, it was all very grown up.
We had a very good meal with friends who had not been before. Our friends intend goinging back. If you like French restaurant food This is the place to eat in Manchester. The chef / patron was serving, he was very friendly and happy to talk about the food, wines and the Presidential election!
Lunched here with my daughter who was visiting from Paris. Sadly we were the only diners in which did change the ambience. However, the food was wonderful and the service impeccable and not intrusive. The lunch menu is tremendous value. Cant wait to visit again. Highly recommended.
An amazing experience. The restaurant is in the hip northern quarter, a cosy corner. A lovely environment with gentle ambience.
Service started at the door and until the end, friendly (but also very high end!) waiting staff.
Food the was highlight by a mile. Phenomenal. Genuine. Authentic. Everything you could want for a romantic evening dinner.
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