The Chinese word “Zi” means purple which represents the symbolic center of the universe, the core of a dynasty. Everything that happens within it emanates from the Imperial Palace. When you dine at Zi™, the experience centers around you. The opulent surroundings of the Imperial Palace provide a rich tapestry and setting for the gourmet Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Korean fusion cuisine served at Zi™. Intrigue begins the moment that guests enter through the massive red doors – the architectural details and the incredible treasures create a true feeling of imperial power.
The décor and design is inspired by the Great Qing Empire (1644-1912), which was the height of Imperial Chinese influence. The rich décor displays treasures reminiscent of those gathered by Emperor Kublai Khan, including vases, statues and artwork collected from Baghdad to Japan. In fact, Khan’s Forbidden City Palace was declared a world heritage site in 1987. A stunning era is recreated in this 12,000 square foot and 350 seat attraction, including 1,500 square feet of retail space.
Zi Imperial Kitchen™ is a one-of-a-kind treasure featuring sumptuous décor and gourmet Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Korean fusion cuisine. Welcome to Zi Imperial Kitchen™ Asian Antiquities & Culinary Art™!
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