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.
Excellent. A really great experience all round. Food was great and service professional and knowledgeable. Will be back
Excellent find in the city
Great value for money with the tasting menu
Lovely place food was superb and waiter was very friendly and knowledgable
Delicious as always , great service , brilliant value set menu
Excellent food, wine list and ambience, would definitely go back. Thanks
Best food and service around, very friendly staff and the food is just the best
I took my boyfriend here for his 28th birthday (I did put a request prior that this be recognised on arrival but nothing was done!) my boyfriend had wanted to attend for years now so here goes.. on arrival the restaurant is lovely but sadly I was left waiting to long before I even seen a menu and could order drinks then was offered water which we was never told would cost us (unbeknown to myself and my boyfriend we was charged £9 overall for 2 bottles of water!)
Then the food, well what can I say regarding the food.. it was okay very pricey for small portions and I’ve tasted more flavourful food at Canto (a place and vibe I absolutely love in NQ, highly recommended!) the food at 63 degrees wasn’t the best definitely expected better quality in my eyes it was more presentation than substance in all honesty.
Having a father who is a head chef I appreciate authentic fresh food, and this simply lacked it was more for show.
Now the dreaded part in my whole 26 years I have never been out for food spent £100+ and left hungry, never!
The service was minimal we was never asked if we wanted more to drink and we was somewhat ignored and left.
The place looks lovely but cost personally for ourselves was not worth it.
I will praise it on there take of a espresso martini that was gorgeous (sadly was never offered the option to have more than one as eye contacted and acknowledgement of surroundings from staff was lacking)
Atmosphere was great. Nice music. Good service.
The food is no great value for money however.
Had the langoustines, not good.
Excellent food. Service unobtrusive and courteous, and at the right pace.
Second time we've eaten here and it's way up there in the Manchester food scene. Food cooked to perfection & tasty, great selection of cocktails (I didn't have wine this time) Friendly waiter & just overall a really pleasant experience. Will definitely come again, thank you!
Couldn't have asked for better service, good and wine. Made a special evening even more memorable. You'd be hard pressed to find a better dining experience in Manchester.
Fabulous family run restaurant. Very friendly staff. Gorgeous food. Good menu
Beautiful Food, fantastic wines and great service. All in all a amazing dinner
I found a mosquito in my glass and the waitress, instead of apologising, laughed at me and said that I was lucky to find a new friend.
Tuesday tasting menu was superb and excellent value for money!
Everything was great with the exception of the chocolate banana desert. The banana was very hard and tasteless, probably too green. Aside from that the experience, food and the service was great.
The food is exquisite the attention to detail is extremely high. Fine dining at its best. However, the portion could be increased slightly. But is still good value budget on £45/50 per head for three courses.
The wine is priced higher than I would normally expect it is obvious from the wine list that the owners are knowledgeable on french wines so the quality is also high.
Would definitely revisit
We tend to go to 63 Degrees for special occasions, and last Friday did not disappoint. Fresh ingredients skilfully prepared, and attentive service. Has yet to disappoint!
Beautiful food, polite staff nice location will definitely be back
Fabulous wine list.
My food wasn’t fussy but perfectly executed (oyster starter & lobster main).
Well balanced cheese selection, not overfacing after two courses and still leaving enough room for a sweet.
Service was exemplary - we were supremely well looked after without ever feeling intruded upon.
Unpretentious bistro style establishment that serves superb food. Starters & main were a joy to eat. Few decent French restaurants in Manchester unfortunately, so 63 Degrees will be my default in future.
Excellent staff willing to engage and answer questions. Good food and drinks. Perfect for a quiet dinner with family.
The staff is not warm. The food is good but overall is not a good worth for the money.
Would recommend....but only to
1) someone who we know can afford to spend around £50-£60 per person
2) a lover of rich French food
3) someone who needs 3 courses to satisfy their hunger.
We had a delicious meal, it was quite expensive but it was a treat for a special occasion and well worth the money.
The food is exceptional and the set menu very good value
Superb food, attentive but not pushy service
Would recommend without hesitation
We found the restaurant was overrated for what was distinctly average food.
Dined as a family and had a wonderful, relaxed evening! Had the tasting menu and it was exceptional. Paired with an impressive wine flight everything was delicious and beautifully presented. Service was great our waiter was friendly, efficient with a great sense of humour. Cannot wait to return!
Efficient, knowledgeable staff very polite too.
Service and presentation of food excellent. Food cooked to a professional level, great menu, very tasty.
First class all round evening.
Try the house special chicken !!!!!!!!
Had very pleasant meal great staff outstanding meal
We went to 63 Degrees for our anniversary meal, and everything was really great. The owner was very helpful in helping us choose a wine and matched perfectly with our different courses. Following a review I saw on here we went with the chestnut soup with bacon foam and was terrific. All the other courses were great as well.
Visited here for an intimate lunch for my 50th Mar 2019, having visited some time ago. We were not disappointed , it is a real gem, the fillet steak dish was one of the best steaks i’ve had in a very very long time. The owner Eric Moreau is a lovely gentleman and was very attentive and engaging and took time to chat about the food and ingredients. The lobster starter builds into a great dish as you eat your way through. We have visited many AA rosette restaurants and some Michelin starred and this place still stands out for us , as somewhere a little bit special. Great views out of the window too. This is actually the first review I’ve ever done, but felt it necessary as it was thoroughly enjoyable. Ps Good food will always be value for money if its enjoyable.
The food was mediocre at a too high price. Their signature dish, after which the restaurant is named, was strongly overcooked (although we were compensated). The ambience was OK, the drinks were good, but the food is the most important for me so the overall experience was poor. Weirdly, this restaurant is represented in almost every Manchester guide I've seen as a recommended visit. Maybe they had a bad night?
This was our second time and we took friends on this occasion, after raving about it. We were all so disappointed. We waited for over 1.5 hours for our main to arrive. And I had to get up from the table to ask where it was. By the time it did arrive, we’d drunk most of our wine and it the food was lukewarm. To be honest we should have sent it back but we were so hungry. The portions are embarrassingly small. £4.50 for a side that was so Minuscule. My partner ate cereal when he got home. You should never have to leave a restaurant still hungry, especially paying £90 a head! And £42 for a mediocre, lukewarm lobster!
We were ushered upstairs, which is a little soulless and because we waited so long for our food, all the other diners had left, so we were sat on our own. The music was terrible and too loud.
Portions too small
Food was okay but not great and we should have really sent it back.
No apology from the manager, it was left to a very embarrassed waiter.
We definitely won’t bother booking again.
You could even provide amuse Bouche or even some bread. And you really do need to look at your portions, they’re ridiculous.
Eine Insel des Geschmacks.
Sehr gute Qualität, originelle Zubereitung, freundliche Umgebung.
This is a good centre of classic French food. In particular the beef dish and the foie gras were excellent.
The Lentille beluga were good as was the signature chicken but not at these prices.
The atmosphere was very good for couples and the music sensitive and the general ambience very pleasant.
Initially, we waited too long for service and even longer once we had ordered drinks. There seemed to be a mini-crisis in play but there were several staff for a small dining area and some seemed underused. This is an issue of management of staff. One young man, flustered by the need to serve us some wine for the main course, poured our red wine order into the white wine glass my wine had yet to drink, thinking it was he said' water.'
As frequent diners, in Manchester but many other cities, we appreciate good food and good value. At 63 Degreees there needs to be some rethinking to match equivalent priced rivals.
Super restaurant, great food and wine and spot-on service. We will definitely be back.
Cooking feels old-fashioned, something out of the nineties. Not bad, just stale. Wine accompaning tasting meny contained mediocre wines, wish we'd shared a bottle instead.
After hearing lots of good things about 63 degrees I was very disappointed. My duck main course was dry, rubbery and tasteless. The service needs significant improvement.