The Numi Foundation helps provide clean drinking water to the farming communities that grow their tea and also offer experiential gardening, arts and social studies curricula to low-income K-8 public schools. So you can help someone get clean water in India, fill your own cup with delicious tea and help local kids all at one champagne brunch. Not bad for a Sunday!
The event will also feature a special Assamese buffet!
Kumro Bhajji – Pumpkin fritters with black cumin
Narikel Dal – Lentils with cumin and coconut
Papaer Khar – Green papaya prepared with mild spices
Bhindi Sorsori – Okra prepared Assamese style
Koni Alu Pitika – Mashed potatoes and eggs seasoned with mustard oil, cilantro and chopped onions
Kachumber salad with cherry tomatoes
Payas – Rice pudding with golden raisins
Hurmur Gur – A traditional Assamese dessert with puffed rice, full cream and sweet liquid jaggery
Chai – Spiced milk tea with Numi Assamese black tea leaves
For more information or to RSPV, contact Darian at darian@NumiFoundation.org
Compassionate Chefs Cafe hosted another great party!
A more intimate group of people gathered at the Compassionate Chefs Cafe on December 8 for food,
drinks, henna and dancing. $4555 was raised, and we would like to ask your help in reaching our goal of $6000.
This year is especially important, since the home of the Tenderloin After School Program suffered a fire. The program has re-located to another spot and is working on rebuilding. They hope to be in their permenent home in about a year. As always, 100% of the funds raised are split evenly between TASP and the Ghandi Ashram of Ahmedabad, with nothing held back for expenses. Look for our next event in May 2014! Compassionate Chefs Cafe.
New Year’s Eve with New Delhi Restaurant
Do you have plans for ringing in 2014? New Delhi Restaurant will be hosting their usual sparkly Indian event.
Make your reservations now for a night of wonderful food and atmosphere. Reservations can be made here. Don’t wait, do it now. Link to the Menu(pdf) and pricing here.
In addition, New Delhi Restaurant will be providing the appetizers at a Bollywood New Year’s Eve party at the Minna Gallery with BombayLove. Tickets and event details are available here.
New Delhi Restaurant Introduces the Mindfully Eating Workshops
January marks the start of the wellness and intent season
On Friday, January 17th, The New Delhi Restaurant will hold its first “Mindfully Eating” workshop. After two years of planning, this workshop series will launch with guide Vinita Jacinto conducting the workshops for groups of ten. The focus of each workshop is for the participants to learn to savor each moment of their eating experiences and Be Transformed!
“Eating is something we do every day,” say’s Ranjan Dey, “but with the frantic pace of modern life, we have forgotten how to experience the finer details of each dish or morsel. Enjoying a meal should be almost like taking a mini-vacation. It should rest you, relax you, and spiritually enrich you.” www.MindfullyEating.com! What Else Is Going On?
Much more info and witty rejoinders can be found at our Facebook page. Like us and good things will come your way. New Delhi Restaurant on Facebook
Membership has its privileges: Maharaja Club members receive 20% off their meals in addition to other benefits. Ask how you can join.
Chef Ranjan was the keynote speaker at the Silicon Valley NACE meeting. The focus was 2014 Indian Wedding Trends and was held at the beautiful Villa Montalvo at the Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, CA.
There was lots of blues, purples, golds and magentas; along with bhranga dancers, amazing table displays, great food and beautiful saris on lovely models. The 2014 Indian wedding season will be stunning!
Sitting at the Chef’s Table with Chef Ranjan Dey of New Delhi Restaurant
Chef Ranjan Dey tells stories and teaches lessons about Indian culture and history through spices. Learn the flavor profiles of India’s different regions, take home secrets about the “wet and dry trinity” that make up New Delhi’s award-winning curry, and taste how savory sustainability can really be by tasting an Indian-style dish made with mushrooms grown from CPD’s very own Back to the Roots kit! Learn more about the event by watching this video interview with Chef Dey.
Reserve your seat for this event to:
Learn Indian spice secrets from one of San Francisco’s most well-respected chefs
Mingle with wine, spirits, and urban farming innovation experts
Champagne Brunch and Comedy with Mahatma Moses, Saturday April 20, 12:30 to 3:00
What’s the best way to start your weekend? Treat yourself to a exquisite Champagne Brunch at the legendary New Delhi Restaurant, voted Best Indian Restaurant by New York Times, serving San Francisco with trendy/tasty Indian food for over 25 years.
Then sit back, and buckle in for a laugh riot with comedian Samson Koletkar, world’s only Indian Jewish standup comedian. He has performed his cerebral, witty, thought-provoking, clean humor in India, Canada & U.S. and has been featured on NBC, CBS & NPR. Joining him will be his comedian friends, with appearances on TV shows, Comedy Festivals, Clubs & Colleges across the globe, these comics are guaranteed to tickle your funny bone. Reservations here
New Delhi Restaurant voted Best Indian Restaurant in SF for 2012
We won again! New Delhi Restaurant was rated highest in customer satisfaction for Indian restaurants (and there are a lot of them!) in San Francisco.
Talk of the Town gave us five stars for 2012. Here’s hoping we can continue to make our customers happy and do it again in 2013!
Another successful Indian wedding at New Delhi Restaurant!
Last but far from least, Pranab and Sunia got married and we were delighted to host the festivities. You can see the photos from their beautiful wedding here.
Zagat.com covered the fourth annual SF Chefs event and Ranjan and his famous samosas were there too. Over 1,000 people visited the main tent to sample what local chefs were offering and to get a peek at the trends coming out of one of the great food cities in the world.