An amazing meal we had. Every dish, the mains, cheese, chocolate orb, the wine--all superb. Would highly recommend.
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Our daughter lives in Manchester so we often visit and eat out whilst there. As it is my husband and my daughters birthdays within a few days of each other we decided on an overnight visit. We looked at approximately 8 restaurants, from the vast...More
good looking place nice service - genuinely french in origin - nice wine list and french food - chicken supreme with pommes alumettes - foie gras starter all well cooked and nicely presented
Another stellar dinner at 63 degrees. Real French cuisine, not just a bistro, and top class Burgundy at sensible prices. Lovely service and a delight in every way.
Booked in on a Sunday evening for the wife's birthday. What can I say, food is the star. Well cooked up to date and really tasty. It was a quiet Sunday with only three other tables, but the atmosphere did not suffer, the staff were...More
Great service, crisp white linen, elegant glassware. Classically inspired menu, cooked and seasoned well. Ceviche of bass, light and delicious, lobster Caesar, again, tasty, a little rustic presentation. 63 degree chicken, succulent, scallops a little small but well cooked. Well worth a visit!
The Parisian family/chefs at this restaurant ensure you can sample authentic french haute cuisine some favourites are the snails in garlic,the specialities cooked at 63 degrees as the name suggests are a must to try and if you can find a place that cooks a...More
We booked a table 8:15 pm but due to an over running reception, we weren't going to make it until after the kitchen was meant to close, at 9:00 pm. We phoned to warn the restaurant and the staff couldn't have been more helpful and...More