New Delhi Restaurant
160 Ellis St, San Francisco, CA

New Delhi Restaurant

160 Ellis St
San Francisco, CA 94102
Neighborhood: NOMA > Downtown
New Delhi Restaurant, San Francisco — The New Delhi dining room.
160 Ellis St
San Francisco, CA 94102
Neighborhood: NOMA > Downtown

Maximum Capacity: 225 people
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Named one of the finest Indian Restaurants in the US by New York Times and featured on the Galloping Gourmet TV Show, New Delhi is the place to dine. Decorated like a Maharajah's private banquet room, the restaurant serves cuisine made from recipes culled from the royal Indian menus dating back 300 to 400 years using the freshest local ingredients. Chef and owner, Ranjan Dey, star of PBS show – “MY INDIA” creates daily specials with his six gourmet spice blends.
Packages
One Carat
$28
per person
Attendees: 200 - 225 Food Included Beverage Included Deposit: $0/person Total Price: $28/person     Show Details
Two Carat
$32
per person
Attendees: 200 - 225 Food Included Beverage Included Deposit: $0/person Total Price: $32/person     Show Details
Three Carat
$39
per person
Attendees: 200 - 225 Food Included Beverage Included Deposit: $0/person Total Price: $39/person     Show Details
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New Delhi Restaurant, San Francisco — A henna artist at work.

Photos published with permission of New Delhi Restaurant

New Delhi Restaurant, San Francisco — A henna artist at work.New Delhi Restaurant, San Francisco — Decorated tables for a wedding reception.New Delhi Restaurant, San Francisco — A table set for a wedding reception.
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