May 6 Wine Maker’s Dinner

MAY WINE MAKER’S DINNER
featuring
Rancho Sisquoc & New Delhi Restaurant

DESCRIPTION

Join us for a one of a kind Wine Dinner Adventure. Your taste buds will be taken on an incredible journey from the sumptuous wines of Rancho Sisquoc Winery, to the exotic flavors of New Delhi Restaurant. Your hosts will be Winemaker Sarah Mullins and Chef Ranjan Dey. A beautiful original painting by renowned artist, Uma Shankar of Jaipur, India will be the showcase of the evening. As you delight your palate while wining and dining, let your eyes feast on the work of art that depicts glimpses of the poems from the Madhushaalaa Collection – The House Of Wine. Sarah Mullins’ enthusiasm for making world class wines will dazzle the evening while Chef Ranjan Dey dances around the dining room, sharing the exciting stories behind each and every dish on your table.

$125 per person
inclusive of 8.75% tax and 18% service charge

SILENT AUCTION

There will be a poetry reading about the original painting featured in the evening’s silent action. All proceeds from the auction will benefit 300 children across the street at San Francisco’s Tenderloin After School Program and 300 children across the ocean at the Gandhi Ashram with Manav Sadhna, India. Our mission with our ongoing support and programs is to help these children connect with each other and become global citizens like you and me. To learn more, please speak with Chef Ranjan Dey or visit www.CompassionateChefs.org

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Mazadaar Shuruaat (Beginnings)
Cauliflower Kosambari
South Indian salad with cauliflower, pineapple, grated coconut and more
2014 Sylvaner – Santa Barbara – Rancho Sisquoc Winery

Mukhya Bhojon (Mains)
Fragrant cabbage and black garbonzo flavored with Kalonji and cilantro and steamed Poha style pressed rice
2014 Chardonnay – Santa Barbara – Rancho Sisquoc Winery

Kerelan Pepper Chicken
Creamy coconut chicken in onion gravy with black pepper, curry leaves and whole mustard served with basmati rice and nan bread
2013 Merlot – Santa Barbara – Rancho Sisquoc Winery

Mithai Aur Chai (Dessert & Tea)
Mango rice pudding with milk dumplings
Masala Chai
2014 River Red – Santa Barbara – Rancho Sisquoc Winery

New Delhi Restaurant     –     160 Ellis Street – San Francisco, CA 94102
Friday, May 6th, 2016 – Door Opens 6:30pm – Dinner Seating 7:00pm

*All purchases of tickets are final. There are no refunds or cancellations.

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