- Main course: £15
- Food spend: £30
- Opening hours
- Tuesday to Thursday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 17:30 - 23:00. Friday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 17:30 - 00:00. Saturday: 12:00 - 00:00.
Named after an ideal cooking temperature for poultry discovered by the head chef, 63 Degrees is a Parisian-owned and run restaurant that proudly serves an irresistible range of gourmet French delicacies. Exuding charm, the interior is intimate and inviting, while the menu uses only locally sourced produce, guaranteeing that flavours reach diners' plates exactly how they were intended to.
20 Church Street , Northern Quarter, Manchester, M4 1PN
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Customer reviews for 63 Degrees
(**** 25 May 2012 by Rob from Stonehaven
Booked 7:30pm. Neuveau cuisine food ok but overall very pretentious and poor value. Top it all credit card machine not working and no offer of an digestif on the house.
((*** 4 March 2012 by disappointed from Manchester
I dined at 63 degrees on Friday with my friends from work ,we all agreed that we would not dine there again . The Waiter was not very accommodating when I asked for some french bread to start as I did not want any of the starters.He made me feel very small and embarrassed me in front of my friends . I have been to lots of restaurants in France and have never been made to think that it is not normal to want some french bread . We all agreed that it was very expensive for what we had.
((((( 16 December 2011 by Shelly from Manchester
Great food, lovely setting a real bonus for Manchester!
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