Dine on pouding chômeur (caramel pudding) and enjoy views of the St. Lawrence River, Gaspé Peninsula, Île D’Orleans, and the ramparts of Vieux-Québec from atop the highest point in historic Upper Town: L'Astral, a revolving restaurant that sits like a crown above the 30-floor Hôtel Loews Le Concorde. While the view changes every 90 minutes, Chef Jean-Claude Crouzet’s menu only changes seasonally to include Québécois dishes made with ingredients from local sources, such as lamb from Bérac's farm and cheese from Saint-Raymond-de-Portneuf. À la carte breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus are available daily, while Sunday brunch features a New French buffet.
After a trip to L’Astral, take the elevator back down for a walk around The Plains of Abraham or Upper Town’s Grande Allée.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Parking Fee
Cuisine Type:: French