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The historic Brasserie La Coupole 1912 is known for being THE place in Vevey to enjoy seafood of all kinds and of the best quality!
Every year, from the beginning of November to the end of February, shellfish and crustaceans appear on the menu of the restaurant and lobby bar & lounge to enhance aperitifs or meals with iodine-rich flavours.
Oysters, pink and grey shrimp, edible crabs, langoustines, periwinkles and lobster are served by the piece, in portion or on a tray to delight seafood lovers. Eat as you please – on the spot or to take away.
In the heart of Vevey, come and enjoy our Lobby bar & lounge – located between the reception and the terrace – for a coffee, an aperitif or a snack in a design and urban setting all day long!
For your convivial meals with family, friends or colleagues, think of the historic Brasserie La Coupole 1912 and its winter garden Le Pavillon.
Our team welcomes you every day from 8am to 11pm.
Our chef concocts his specialities in take-away dishes, with delivery service, every day (7/7) for lunch and dinner time. In addition, in packaging made of recyclable materials.
Check out our menus under Restaurant & Bars and enjoy 20% off the posted prices, including a selection of drinks.
Pick-up/delivery between 11.30am – 2pm and 6.30pm – 10pm
Delivery service max 10km: CHF 15.00
Please place your order by telephone on 021 925 0404.
A look back at the successful saga of an ambitious family
It was on April 1st 1950 that the first Ming put down his suitcases in Vevey. It was Josef Ming, born in Obwalden and from a hotel family, great-uncle of Nicolas and Christophe Ming – current directors of the Astra Hotel Vevey.
Already manager of a hotel in Crans-Montana, Josef Ming took over the Buffet de la Gare – also known as the “Pavillon des voyageurs” – and its seven guest rooms and renamed it “Hôtel Pavillon”.
In 1965, he handed over the management to his nephew Niklaus, who took over the management with his wife Monique in 1970. In 1972, the couple founded the company Gestion Hôtelière Ming SA, which was finally able to buy the establishment in 1980. They then undertook several renovations and expansions to arrive, in 1991, at a 32-room 4-star hotel, which was completed in 1993 with 20 studios with kitchenette. At the same time, the former “Hotel Touring et Gare”, previously owned by the Signorell family, was demolished. On the same square, the new central building of the Ming family’s hotel complex is erected, offering 30 additional rooms, the current reception, restaurant, conference rooms and roof terrace with wellness area. Its inauguration takes place at the right time, just before the 1999 Winegrowers’ Festival!
In 2005, the Ming brothers – already in the company since 1998 – took over the management of the Hotel Pavillon together, renaming it “Astra Hotel Vevey” and in turn enlarging it with 7 additional rooms and an outdoor jacuzzi to complete the Spa offer. Their efforts were rewarded as the hotel now has a 4-star Superior rating. But the improvement in terms of guest comfort continues: between 2015 and 2019, the 100 rooms, the Astra Lobby Bar & Lounge, the conference rooms as well as the historic Brasserie La Coupole 1912 will once again be rejuvenated! To be ready to welcome, this time, the visitors of the 2019 Winegrowers’ Festival!
In 2020, the Ming family is proud to celebrate its 70th anniversary on the Place de la Gare in Vevey and is looking forward to celebrating this jubilee with all its clients, partners and friends.
On this occasion, 70 vouchers worth CHF 100 are sold at CHF 70! Get some while they last!