Nepal Earthquake Disaster Relief Collection




Nepal Earthquake Disaster Relief Collection



Compassionate Chefs Cafe and New Delhi Restaurant are partnering with Gupri Dosanjh to feed over a thousand victims of the 7.5 magnitude earthquake disaster in Nepal. We have joined hands with a local temple in Nepal to cook and serve these meals for a month. We are gearing up to send a container full of dry and canned food essentials like rice, flour, lentils, beans, cookies, canned vegetables, garbanzo, fruits etc, to Nepal. Our main request is FOOD FOOD FOOD… We will be assisting Dr. Chanjiv Singh with setting up food banks and making sure the temples can accommodate everyone for at least a month with langar (food). Also if you can get baby formula packets that would be great!!

We want to mention our gratitude to Christopher Kretz of the 5433-B Clayton Station Shopping Center in donating and providing a temporary space to collect and organize donations before it is shipped to Nepal. If you wish to donate, we kindly ask if you can also bring a large (4.5 cubic ft, 18″w x 18″d x 24″h) box or a medium (3 cubic ft, 18″w x 18″d x 16″h) box as part of your donation so that we can fill the shipping container efficiently. Donation can be dropped off with our volunteers on Monday 10am-2pm, Wednesday 3pm-6pm, Friday 1pm-3pm, Saturday 11am-2pm, Sunday 11am-2pm. Please call Ranjan Dey at 415.816.4068 to schedule a different time for donations if you cannot make it during above times or location.

Another critical item of immediate necessity are tents. These $25.00 waterproof tents not only provide shelter, but will keep the homeless earthquake victims dry during the heavy rains of the upcoming monsoon season.

A donation page with GoFundMe.com Heal our Nepali Friends has been started.

Please help!


Spring India Day 2015 - Dazzle For A Cause - CCC





Spring India Day



Come join us at San Francisco’s first ever Indian cultural event on Saturday, June 6th in Union Square from 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM.

This free annual festival celebrates Indian culture with exhibits that include a traditional Indian wedding ceremony renewing the vows of a couple, a wedding procession with decorated horses and ceremonial drums, henna artists, Bollywood dancing, music, and even a fashion show. Four food booths will entice your taste buds with mini samosas, keebabs, curried rice, island food from Fiji, South Indian delicacies, and roadside chat selections.

The event is organized by WomenNow TV in association with Consulate General of India, New Delhi Restaurant and benefits Compassionate Chefs Cafe a 501(c) non-profit organization with a mission to help Kids Across the Street in the Tenderloin After School Program and Across the Ocean in Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad, India to become global citizens.

Please help us promote this event by sharing it with your friends. Visit the Facebook page to register your interest and for more information.






Dazzle For A Cause


The Closing Ceremony for Spring India Day



Enjoy a dazzling evening of Indian culture with the who’s who of the Bay Area while you help uplift the lives of underprivileged children. Delight in our “role model” fashion show featuring community leaders paired with runway models. Enjoy passed hors d’oeuvres and sip beverages from the full bar while you appreciate the amazing acrobatic performance. Participate in a Silent Auction and help the kids of Compassionate Chefs Cafe.

After the formal program, continue the festivities with dancing at the Starlight room and a special room rate at the Drake of only $199. Mention “Spring India Day Promo” when reserving your room.

Cash bar will be available, passed hors d’oeuvres will be served.

All proceeds will go to Compassionate Chefs Cafe, so participants will have the chance to contribute to the Tenderloin After School program in San Francisco and the Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad, India.

EVENT SCHEDULE:
6:30 PM - Reception and Networking
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM - Entertainment, Fashion Show and more…
8:30 PM to 9:00 PM - Silent Auction
9:00 PM onwards - Raffle and dancing

ATTIRE: Dazzle and Dazzle

WHERE: Sir Francis Drake Ball Room 450 Powell Street, San Francisco, CA 94012

WHEN: Saturday, 6th of June 2015 6:30 PM PST

HOSTED BY: WomenNow TV
Email: ena@womennow.tv
Phone: Ipsita 408-674-7114

Please visit our facebook page for more information about this event

Purchase your tickets now!





Compassionate Chefs Cafe



Twice every year - Third Sunday of May and November, New Delhi Restaurant transforms into Compassionate Chefs’ Cafe - a unique space of giving and selfless service. This is a social endeavor to see what happens when a San Francisco Bay Area community comprised of caring people, business owners, volunteers, and world renowned chefs - all converge to harness and focus their generosity. It’s a celebration of fine dining and merriment, all working to empower the less fortunate children in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco and in Ahmedabad, India.

What is the power of giving? What is the power of love? Come join and see for yourself!

Closer to home, we are supporting Tenderloin After School Program - which provides valuable services to kids of families living in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco. TASP serves as a shelter from street culture and many harmful influences like drugs, gangs, and human trafficking that abound in this area. TASP provides kids a safe space to be in, where they can play, study and get proper support and training to succeed. Gandhi’s intention behind his Ashram in Ahmedabad, India, was to help uplift the underprivileged. On this very location, we are helping to fund the school for children of Harijan (untouchable) street cleaners and slum dwellers. This school helps us continue Mahatma Gandhi’s movement to eradicate social injustice. These children will help to uplift their impoverished community from within.

Closed for a party!

New Delhi Restaurant will be closed for a private party on Saturday, March 14th, 2015.

Please join us for dinner on Sunday. Make your reservation now!

Unveiling Indian Wedding Trends of 2015 - All That Glitters

Parking and Directions Register on EventBrite.com

Unveiling Indian Wedding Trends of 2015 - All That Glitters

New Delhi Restaurant will be closed on Saturday November 16th and Tuesday November 18th for a private event.

New Delhi Restaurant will also be closed on Thursday November 27th so that our staff may celebrate Thanksgiving with their family and friends.

Another Successful Fun! Raiser

The Compassionate Chefs Cafe Fund raiser was a great success. Together we raised almost $7000! Your support will help the kids of Compassionate Chefs Cafe become global citizens. For more pictures, visit us at Facebook.

The Cooking Twins complete their masterpiece.

The Cooking Twins complete their masterpiece.

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Head of Raffle Ticket Sales: Gabe.

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A happy door prize winner.

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Happy people enjoying dinner.

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The staff of Compassionate Chefs - who make it all possible.


Compassionate Chefs Cafe Presents

Eat My Chicken Curry! with the TWINS

Confused by Curry?
Muddle Over Masala?
In a Tizzy due to Tikka?

Please join Chef Ranjan Dey from the famed New Delhi Restaurant in San Francisco with his twin Dr. Scott Philipp, for a fun, light-hearted introduction to Indian Cooking.

The TWINS will cover how to make a basic curry and demonstrate two different cooking methods for the curry in a hurry. They will also go over the six basic ingredients in every curry and show you how to put your personal spin on it.

This is a great way to demystify Indian cuisine and learn an easy and healthy way to cook Indian at home and help the kids of Compassionate Chefs Cafe at the same time.


Sunday, June 22nd, 2014 - 6:00 to 9:00 pm
New Delhi Restaurant and Bar
160 Ellis St, San Francisco
Phone: 415.397.8470

Buy Tickets Now

Limited to 96 guest
Curries will be flying, the place will be jumping! So book now!


About Compassionate Chefs Cafe

Come experience the Compassionate Chefs Cafe ~ A remarkable celebration of giving, helping kids across the street and across the ocean become global citizens

What We Do and Who We Are

New Delhi Restaurant transforms into Compassionate Chefs Cafe twice a year in June and November. We raise funds to help underprivileged kids right across the street in the Tenderloin in San Francisco and across the ocean at the three biggest slums opposite Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad in India. Our goal and mission is to help the kids become global citizens by connecting them through several ongoing programs.
If you are interested to help please contact Chef Ranjan.
www.CompassionateChefs.org

CCC is a San Francisco-based non-profit organization with one goal: To help children globally and locally

Gandhi’s intention behind his Ashram in Ahmedabad, India, was to help uplift the underprivileged. On this very location, we are helping to fund the school for children of Harijan (Untouchable) Street Cleaners. This school helps us continue Mahatma Gandhi’s movement to eradicate the social injustice of being labeled Untouchable. These children will help to uplift their impoverished communities from within.

Closer to home, we are also supporting the Tenderloin After School Program which provides valuable services to kids of families living in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco. The Tenderloin After School Program serves as a shelter from the street culture and many harmful influences that abound in this area. TASP provides kids with a safe space to be, where they can play and study, and get the proper support and training necessary to succeed in life.

Compassionate Chefs Cafe (CCC) is a San Francisco-based non-profit organization with one goal: To help children locally and globally. We work with members of the Food and Beverage Industry to raise funds for children across the street and across the ocean. This is an experiment to see what happens when a community comprised of caring people, foodies, business owners and local chefs - all focus their generosity. Your donation will help us create more global citizens.

Please give generously to make this dream a reality.

The Gala Dinner Menu

Feast Your Taste Buds

Click here for the full buffet menu

Amazing Silent Auction Items

  • Sports Package
    with two Giants Tickets behind home plate for July 29th against the Pittsburgh Pirates and more…
  • Night out in San Francisco Package
    One night stay at Nikko San Francisco with a delicious dinner at First Crush
  • Henna Party Package for 10
    compliments of Henna Garden
  • Family Photo Package
    compliments of Briant MacStay
  • Eat My Chicken Curry cooking class for 4
    compliments of Dr. Scott Philipp and Chef Ranjan Dey


Sunday, June 22nd, 2014 - 6:00 to 9:00 pm
New Delhi Restaurant and Bar
160 Ellis St, San Francisco
Phone: 415.397.8470

Buy Tickets Now

Limited to 96 guest
Curries will be flying, the place will be jumping! So book now!

Sponsored by

Compassionate Chefs Cafe Nikko Hotel San Francisco Frist Crush DBI Beverage Inc. BiRite Foodservice Distributors Southern Wine And Spirits Henna Garden Solunamar Music - DJ Amar Matagrano Inc. Classic Wines Of California Copy Central

Gustavo Fernandez Photographer Brian MacStay Photography

Anuvab Pal on youtube.com Compassionate Chefs Café Parking and Directions Buy Tickets at evenetbright.com

Tandoori Highlight


Featuring San Francisco’s Best Chicken Tikka


A Special Offer Just For You
This months, we are featuring the Chicken Tikka. It is very delicious.
To whet your appetite for our famous Chicken Tikka, we are offering them at a special price of $9.95 until April 30th, 2014, if you can say the password “Tikka Lajabab“, when placing your order.
Make a Reservation here.


Maharaja Club Membership Offer

Apply for a Maharaja Club membership on your next visit to New Delhi Restaurant. We have been voted the best Indian restaurant in San Francisco for 25 years in a row. Membership entitles you to a 20% discount off all food bills for lifetime.


Secret Recipe - Chicken Tikka

Make our world famous Chicken Tikka at home by following these quick and easy simple instructions.

Chicken Tikka Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1.5 lbs boneless chicken breasts cut into 1 inch cubes
  • 2/3 cups plain yogurt
  • 1 inch piee of fresh ginger, grated
  • 2 cloves garlic, crushed
  • 1 tsp chili powder
  • 3 tsps ground coriander
  • 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
  • salt
  • fresh lime slices for garnish

Instructions

Wash chicken, pat dry with paper towels and thread onto short skewers. Put skewered chicken in a shallow, non-reactive dish.
In a small bowl, mix yogurt, ginger, garlic, chili, coriander and lime juice. Pour over chicken and turn to coat completely.
Let sit for at least six hours or overnight.
To cook, heat grill or broiler. Place chicken skewers on rack and cook for 5 to 7 minutes, turning occasionally. Cook until chicken is cooked through. Serve with fresh lime slices, rice and nan bread.


Like Us On Facebook

Be sure to follow us on facebook. Don’t forget to also click the like and friend button too. Keep up to date with all the events that are happening at the New Delhi Restaurant.
New Delhi Restaurant has all kinds of special offers, updates, photos and the occasional trivia question on our Facebook page. Just “like” us to get in one the action.


Landmark California Attractions Celebrate Their Centennial Anniversary

New Delhi Restaurant is located inside one of the most beautiful building in San Francisco. It exudes a Maharaja’s private banquet room atmosphere. This building is celebrating its 100 year birthday this year. It has been featured as a hidden gem by the state of California.
Read the full article here at www.TravelAgeWest.com


Celebrate Holi With Us

This year, Holi falls on March 17th, but to keep the colorful fun going, the big celebration will be at Stanford - Asha Stanford’s 2014 Holi. Ranjan and the rest of the New Delhi family will be there for all the color-filled festivities and to support a great cause. Buy your tickets now, this is the largest Holi celebration in the Bay Area and fills up fast.
What is Holi and why are we purple? Holi is a Hindu festival celebrating spring and love. It is typically celebrated with a bonfire the night before and in the morning, “color wars” are fought with food-grade food coloring and water. Holi is also a time to forgive yourself and others of past errors and plan fresh beginnings. It is a national holiday in India and celebrated in Indian communities around the world.

What Else Is Going On?

Mark your calendar for our next Bollywood Dance Party benefiting the kids of Compassionate Chefs Cafe coming up in June 2014.

Ranjan Dey will be speaking during the ISES Napa: Destination India Educational Program about exploring the growing Indian wedding market and its unique design, trends and traditions.

Looks barely a day over 99

 
New Delhi Restaurant has been around for 30+ years, but the building - specifically the dining room - is 100 years old this year. Travel Age West is celebrating California locations that have hit the big One Zero Zero and we made the list. You can find us here and see who else is turning 100 this year.

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