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According to chef/proprietor Eric Moreau, 63 degrees is not only the perfect temperature for coffee, but also a touchstone for cooking in the modern idiom – hence the name of this Parisian-style
bistro in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. Menus are written in French (with English translations) and the kitchen adheres to its culinary credo with the likes of pan-fried scallops, caramelised
fennel and vegetable shavings followed by entrecôte steak with béarnaise sauce and vegetable ‘bayaldi’ or chicken breast (cooked at 63 degrees, of course) with gratin dauphinoise and a sauce of
morels. To finish, look no further than fraisier revisité (a strawberry cake baked at the aforementioned temperature). Two-course weekday lunches are good value, a five-course tasting menu (£24.50)
is available on Tuesdays, and the concise all-French wine list does its job.
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