At Zheng, gastronomy, culture, art and health are the focal points. Zheng takes us to the Chinese Empire, where at one time, on the day after New Year, the most important officials were invited to an extensive Zheng banquet. It was an impressive spectacle where the table was fully adorned with luxurious food and drinks, all of which were served according to ancient ceremonies. As culinary establishment Zheng takes a deep bow to the Chinese (food) culture, the ancient traditions and the ritual acts. The four most important types of Chinese cuisine are presented in 12 chapters per evening, with a different Chinese cooking technique and an art object being presented centrally during each chapter.