63 Degrees

Written by on March 20, 2012 in Eats, Places to Eat - No comments

A taste of Paris brought to the Northern Quarter by the Moreau family.

After living in Manchester for more than a year, son Alexandre convinced father and Head Chef Eric to move from Paris and open a Moreau family restuaurant at the base of the Light Building on Church Street.

63 Degrees Restaurant

An expression of modern French cuisine the restaurant uses only locally sourced, fresh ingredients and a style of cooking to delight the senses and convey a whole new world of taste.

So what’s 63 degrees? – Well apparently it’s the perfect temperature to serve coffee at, and now the perfect temperature to slow cook poultry to give it a taste like nothing you’ve ever had before.

A recent addition to the NQ, 63 Degrees has been garnering rave reviews from the local press and residents and you can count me amongst them!

Tuesday – Thursday Noon-3pm & 5.30pm-11.00pm, Friday Noon-3pm & 5.30pm-Midnight, Saturday Noon-Midnight

63 Degrees / 20 Church Street /  Northern Quarter / Manchester / M4 1PN
Tel: 0161 832 5438