Get ecstatic at our restaurant in The Hague in a culinary world full of special cooking techniques, culture and healthy taste sensations! Reservations can be made via the button ‘reservation’ or by calling +31 (0)70 362 0828.
- Are you booking for the same day? Make your reservation by phone
- Please contact us by phone for reservations for more than 6 people
- Dogs are not allowed
- Please mention allergies and/or dietary restrictions when booking.
*Due to holidays, we will be closed from Monday July 24 to Tuesday August 6 2023.
Prinsestraat 33, 2513 CA
The Hague, The Netherlands
+31 (0)70 362 0828
Wednesday – Friday : 18:00 – 22:00
Saturday – Sunday : 12:30 – 16:00
& 18:00 – 22:00
Monday and Tuesday closed
What our guests say
"Insane adventurous culinary 9 course /chapter journey through China. Delightfully dined and enjoyed one surprise to another. Each course with matching wine. Professional and pleasant explanation of each dish and drink by pleasant staff who do understand that you are here to be pampered." Bruno Uno Driessen
"Zheng is a restaurant you go to because it is so special. This was the second time for us to eat at Zheng and it was very special both times. By special, I mean particularly good." Kees Verhoef
"Was delicious again! Friendly staff and a very good/nice sommelier! We had taken the 5 courses with the crispy duck! They come and cut that at your table! Very nice experience definitely eating again soon!" Maurice Waaijer
"What a feast. 7 Chapters consisting of various dishes from all regions of China. A true taste sensation at a very high level. The matching beverage package made it complete. The service was friendly and professional." Patrick van Vugt
"Very good ambiance, special and tasty dishes. Very well organized with nice email contact beforehand for determining menu. Very helpful with allergens." M Boasson
"Chosen five courses with crispy duck. That skin! Wow! Never eaten so crispy before. The other courses were each served beautifully and were also exquisite. The non-alcoholic package which was beautifully balanced with the food is preferable as far as we are concerned." Nancy Bouter