An Intimate Evening with Martin Yan and Compassionate Chefs Cafe



New Delhi Restaurant and Compassionate Chefs Cafe
Proudly Invites You To

An Intimate Evening with Martin Yan:
Helping Kids Across the Street
and Across the Ocean

Original Indian-Chinese Cuisine
Fabulous Libations
Cultural celebrations and performances
The company of superstar chef Martin Yan.
Sunday, May 25th at 6:00-9:00 pm
New Delhi Restaurant
160 Ellis St.San Francisco 94102

Tickets are $125 a person
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 Martin Yan and Ranjan Dey, the menu will feature a fusion of Indian and Chinese dishes served family style.

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First Course

Indian-style Mini Spring Rolls
with mango chutney

Chili Cheese Pakoras with tamarind chutney

Second Course

Chicken Manchurian

Chicken in a fragrant, spicy Chinese sauce
with ginger and peppers

Hakka Noodles

A flavorful noodle dish prepared in the
Hakka style of India

Chili Paneer

A spicy Indian stir fry with house-made paneer

Vegetarian options available

Third Course

New Delhi Barbeque Chicken Ferezi

Seasoned wth garlic, peppers and tomatoes

cooked in a light sauce.

Kashmiri Lamb Kofta

A succulent Kashmiri-style dish cooked

in a delicious mild yogurt-cream sauce.

Served with saffron rice and hot naan bread

Vegetarian options available

Sumptous Desserts

Chilled Rice Pudding with Alfanso Mango Float

Warm Gulab Jamun
Milk Dumpling in

Warm Cardamom Syrup

Masala Chai
Indian milk tea flavored with cardamom

And that’s not all…

DJ and Dancing!

Live Entertainment!


About Martin Yan
Internationally known chef and author Martin Yan got his start at age 13 when he began his apprenticeship in Hong Kong. After honing his skills in Asia, he moved to the United States and earned an MS in Food Science at The University of California/Davis.
In 1978, the now-classic “Yan Can Cook” debuted on television and a star was born. He has been the celebrated host of over 2800 cooking shows broadcast worldwide. Chef Yan has published 30 cookbooks and won numerous awards, including the James Beard Award. Most recently, he has opened a culinary school in Shehzhen, China. His trademark wit and energetic style have won him fans around the globe.
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.100% of money raised goes to CCC. The $26,000 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.

Helping Kids Across the Street and Across the Ocean