63 Degrees is one of Manchester’s favourite French restaurants. Located in the Northern Quarter, it boasts “a taste of Paris”, brought to you by the Moreau family.

The restaurant is owned and run by the family, creating a familial sense throughout the dining experience.

Alexandre Moreau was the driving force behind the business, and runs the restaurant with the help of his father, Eric.

Head chef Eric Moreau’s unique cooking style involves cooking his chicken at 63 degrees, long and low to increase tenderness and flavours in his meals.

Eric has spent many years perfecting this technique, inspired by a similar rule given to the art of brewing coffee.

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Head chef Eric Moreau. Credit: 63 Degrees Facebook

Serving French favourites such as risotto, snails and pigeon the Moreau family promises to bring authentic Paris foods to Manchester.

As well as this, the restaurant naturally boasts an extensive wine collection, and offer their premises for various functions, making it the perfect venue for a corporate event, wedding, or birthday celebration.

In 2015, 63 Degrees won a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award, and is in close proximity to the Printworks, Arndale shopping centre, and Manchester Cathedral.

The restaurant is widely known for its authenticity, as well as good value for money and has earned a four star rating on TripAdvisor.

The restaurant has also been featured in The Sunday Times as one of the best modern French restaurants.

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