New Delhi Restaurant and Compassionate Chefs Cafe Proudly Invites You To
An Evening with Baron Roy Salazar:
Helping Kids Across the Street
and Across the Ocean
Featuring A Goan Culinary
and Cultural Festival
Original Indian-Portuguese Cuisine, Fabulous Libations
Cultural celebrations and performances. Plus! The company of award-winning chef Roy Salazar.
Sunday, May 24th at 6:00-9:00 pm
New Delhi Restaurant
160 Ellis St. San Francisco 94102
Tickets are $125 a person
or Contact Ranjan at 415-816-4068 or by email at
100% of funds raised goes to Compassionate Chefs Cafe
About our evening:
In celebration of the combined talents of Chefs Roy Salazar and Ranjan Dey, the menu will feature a fusion of Indian and Portuguese dishes.
Mini Samosas with mango chutney
Chili Cheese Pakoras with tamarind chutney
Achari Chicken Tikka – Barbecued spicy mustard & tangy mango chicken
Shammi Keebab – Mughlai lamb keebab
Goan Coconut Prawn Curry
Traditional Goan chicken with mint cilantro marinade
A spicy Indian stir fry with house-made paneer
Lassan Rajmah – Punjabi style garlic flavored kidney beans
Lamb Vindaloo, Goan Style
Flavored with coconut feni (vinegar)
Served with saffron rice and hot naan bread
Chilled Rice Pudding with Alfanso Mango Float
Warm Gulab Jamun
Milk Dumpling in warm Cardamom Syrup
Indian milk tea flavored with cardamom
About Baron Sir Roy
Possibly the last of the Renissance men Chef Baron Sir Roy Salazar’s resume is dizzingly diverse as a Certified Master Chef, Master Taster and Master Sommilier, that received some of his culinary education at Le Cordon Bleu /California Culinary Academy and the Culinary Institute of America. He has also been a student at Oxford University, Harvard Law School ,West Point, and the University of San Francisco.
He has been of service to Kings, Queens, and Presidents, and has been knighted in three continents, thus not only receiving the royal title of “Sir “, but also the title of “Baron” for his continuous humanitarian ventures.He is most proud to have been of service to the poor and needy throughout the world.In San Francisco he has been awarded the award of merit from the Mayor and honored with a day in his honor. He also serves on his cities city council, helping with humanitarian based issues and funding.
His culinary skills have earned him many of the same prestigious culinary awards bestowed to Julia Child and previous CCC guest Chef Martin Yan. He is a Chef Instructor at Le Cordon Bleu of San Francisco / California Culinary Academy and is proud to be known there as the Humanitarian Chef.
He is married to Chef and Baroness Lady Julie Tan (also knighted), and works with her and their two faithful basset hounds , Mouton and Lafite, out of their company “A Sip and A Taste”
About Compassionate Chefs Cafe
Compassionate Chefs Cafe (CCC) is a San Francisco-based non-profit organization with one goal: To help children locally and globally. We work with the Tenderloin After School Program (TASP) in San Francisco and Gandhi Ashram in New Delhi, India to uplift the lives of the children and provide them with important resources to become members of the global village. This year, part of our proceeds will be donated to the children of Mumbai who lost their parents in the November terrorist attacks. 100% of money raised goes to CCC. The $22,000 raised last year kept TASP’s door open and available to over 250 kids for 40 hours a week, sent 16 kids on a visit to colleges in Chicago and helped provide free homework tutoring five nights a week.
At the Gandhi Ashram, our donation provide clean water and new bathrooms to the school, bought new uniforms and provided school supplies to all 300 students.