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New Year’s Eve plans are afoot!

New Year’s Eve plans are underway at New Delhi Restaurant. As always, the bubbly will be chilled and the tables will be overflowing with the best Indian food on this side of the planet.

Check out the menus below and make your reservations here.

Happy New Year from all of us at New Delhi Restaurant!

Non – Vegetarian $40, all-inclusive

Hot Gourmet Hors dʼOeuvres
Bari Pakora

Vegetable fritters

Hariyali Tikka
Chicken barbecued in a tangy mint and cilantro marinade

New Delhi Dinner
Murg Akbari

An exotic preparation of chicken with cashews and raisins simmered in a blend of mild spices
OR
Karahai Gosht
A flavorful lamb curry cooked in North Indian spices
Paneer Makhani
Housemade paneer cooked in tomato cream sauce and seasoned with fenugreek leaves
Kali Dal New Delhi
Slow simmered black lentils with ginger and tomatoes
Peas Pullao
Saffron flavored Basmati rice with green peas
Accompanied with Nan bread

Dessert
Chilled Rice Pudding with Alfanso Mango Float
Masala Chai
Indian milk tea flavored with cardamom

Vegetarian $35, all-inclusive

Hot Gourmet Hors dʼOeuvres
Bari Pakora

Vegetable fritters

Vegetable Samosas
Turnovers filled with lightly spiced potatoes

New Delhi Dinner
Chana Masala

Punjabi style spicy garbanzo seasoned with onions, cilantro and cumin
OR
Alu Palak
Spinach cooked with potatoes and seasoned with garlic
Paneer Makhani
House-made paneer cooked in tomato cream sauce and seasoned with fenugreek leaves
Kali Dal New Delhi
Slow simmered black lentils with ginger and tomatoes
Peas Pullao
Saffron flavored Basmati rice with green peas
Accompanied with Nan bread

Dessert
Chilled Rice Pudding with Alfanso Mango Float
Masala Chai
Indian milk tea flavored with cardamom

Tax, tips and one champagne or house drink included.

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New Delhi Restaurant Turns 24!

Thanks for 24 years of great food and fantastic memories


Chef Sanjeev Kapoor, Alyona Kapoor, Sarah Conroy-Dey, Kodi Dey, Kaitlin Dey and Ranjan Dey

Chef Ranjan and the entire staff of New Delhi Restaurant is proud to announce that they have achieved twenty-four years of serving curries, cocktails and all other manner of delights – and in the same location, no less. They’ve been there so long, that Chef Sarah Conroy-Dey is now leading the second generation into the next twenty-four years.

Part of New Delhi’s legacy and mission is helping children both across the street and across the ocean. To that end, we hosted internationally famous chef Sanjeev Kapoor at our annual Compassionate Chefs Cafe fundraiser earlier this month.

Thanks again from Ranjan, Kodi, Sarah, Kaitlin and our entire team at New Delhi Restaurant to all our patrons, friends and family for your support during an amazing twenty four years and twenty four more to come!

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Chef Sanjeev was here!

Chef Sanjeev Kapoor spent all day at New Delhi Restaurant signing cookbooks, answering questions and posing for photos. He also helped us raise over $10,000 for Compassionate Chefs!

The San Francisco Mayor’s office awarded him a certificate of appreciation for his help on behalf of Compassionate Chefs. Not bad for one weekend.

Check out the pictures and relive the good times.

Photos from Brunch courtesy of Gustavo Fernandez Photography.

Photos from Dinner also from Gustavo Fernandez Photography.

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Reminder: Chef Kapoor will be here Sunday!


Find out more about
Chef Sanjeev Kapoor.


Find out more about
Chef Ranjan Dey

WHO: Esteemed Chef Sanjeev Kapoor will be highlighting the future of Indian cuisine and supporting Compassionate Chefs Cafe with the west coast launch of his best selling cookbook “How To Cook Indian”. Compassionate Chefs Cafe is a San Francisco-based non-profit founded by Chef Ranjan Dey of New Delhi Restaurant.

Compassionate Chefs Cafe works with the Tenderloin After School Program (TASP) and the Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad, India to provide them with important resources to become members of a global village.

WHAT: Your choice of A Casual Champagne Brunch
Or
A 10-Course Family Style Wine Dinner.

WHEN: Sunday, November 6th

Brunch: Noon to 2 p.m. – $50 per person

Dinner: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. – $150 per person

WHERE: New Delhi Restaurant

160 Ellis St.

San Francisco

Parking and Directions

Make your reservations
Get more details here.

Join world-renowned Chef Sanjeev Kapoor as he graces the U.S. and New Delhi
Restaurant for the first time with his culinary talents as a part of Compassionate Chefs Cafe’s bi-annual fundraising event.
Chef Kapoor is the most celebrated face of Indian cuisine today, with best-selling cookbooks, a beloved television persona, restaurant consulting, and numerous culinary accolades, including “Best Chef of the Year” by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and the “Hall of Fame Award” from The Star of the Industry Awards for excellent contributions to the field of hospitality. His 18-year run as host of cooking show Khana Khazana and his own food network, has contributed to making him a beloved household
name.

100% of funds raised goes to Compassionate Chefs Cafe.

Currently on the Best Seller list

About our evening: In celebration of the combined talents of Chefs Sanjeev Kapoor and Ranjan Dey, the menu will feature a combination of dishes from Chef Kapoor’s best-selling cookbook How To Cook Indian and New Delhi Restaurant menu.

The book will be available for purchase at our event, along with an opportunity to have it personalized by Chef Kapoor.
Find out more about How To Cook Indian here.

Tickets are non-refundable. If, due to unforseen circumstances, Chef Kapoor cannot be present, we will reschedule the event for a later date and honor all ticket sales


Our Sponsors:

New Delhi Restaurant | Sanjeev Kapoor | NYDV Inc. | Deep Foods | New World Spices | Gustavo Fernandez Photography | Hilton San Francisco Union Square | Perfect Locks | Exquisite Events & Entertainment | DJ Amar | Andrew Freeman & Co. | Napa Valley Linens | Hanazen Restaurant | Johnny Foley’s | Henna Gardens | NonStop Bhangra | High End Uniforms | VerkaUSA





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You Are Cordially Invited To A Very Exclusive Experience!



Find out more about
Chef Sanjeev Kapoor.



Find out more about
Chef Ranjan Dey.


WHO: Esteemed Chef Sanjeev Kapoor will be highlighting the future of Indian cuisine and supporting Compassionate Chefs Cafe with the west coast launch of his best selling cookbook “How To Cook Indian”. Compassionate Chefs Cafe is a San Francisco-based non-profit founded by Chef Ranjan Dey of New Delhi Restaurant.

Compassionate Chefs Cafe works with the Tenderloin After School Program (TASP) and the Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad, India to provide them with important resources to become members of a global village.

WHAT: Your choice of A Casual Champagne Brunch
Or
A 10-Course Family Style Wine Dinner.

WHEN: Sunday, November 6th
Brunch: Noon to 2 p.m. – $50 per person
Dinner: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. – $150 per person

WHERE: New Delhi Restaurant
160 Ellis St.
San Francisco
Parking and Directions

Make your reservations
Get more details here.


Join world-renowned Chef Sanjeev Kapoor as he graces the U.S. and New Delhi Restaurant for the first time with his culinary talents as a part of Compassionate Chefs Cafe’s bi-annual fundraising event. Chef Kapoor is the most celebrated face of Indian cuisine today, with best-selling cookbooks, a beloved television persona, restaurant consulting, and numerous culinary accolades, including “Best Chef of the Year” by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and the “Hall of Fame Award” from The Star of the Industry Awards for excellent contributions to the field of hospitality. His 18-year run as host of cooking show Khana Khazana and his own food network, has contributed to making him a beloved household name.

100% of funds raised goes to Compassionate Chefs Cafe

Currently on the Best Seller List

About our evening: In celebration of the combined talents of Chefs Sanjeev Kapoor and Ranjan Dey, the menu will feature a combination of dishes from Chef Kapoor’s best-selling cookbook How To Cook Indian and New Delhi Restaurant menu.

The book will be available for purchase at our event, along with an opportunity to have it personalized by Chef Kapoor.
Find out more about How To Cook Indian here.

Tickets are non-refundable. Due to unforseen circumstances, if Chef Kapoor cannot be present, we will reschedule the event for a later date and honor all ticket sales.

Our Sponsors:

New Delhi Restaurant | Sanjeev Kapoor | NYDV Inc. | Deep Foods | New World Spices | Gustavo Fernandez Photography | Hilton San Francisco Union Square |Perfect Locks | Exquisite Events & Entertainment | DJ Amar | Andrew Freeman & Co. | Napa Valley Linens | Hanazen Restaurant | Johnny Foley’s | Henna Gardens | NonStop Bhangra