New Delhi Restaurant was established in 1988 and opened by San Francisco Mayor Art Agnos, on Nov 3rd, 1988. Since then many famous politicians have crossed its threshold from Lt. Governor Pete Wilson, former Gov. Jerry Brown, others like the late Milton Marks, Wille Brown and many more. In 1992 future President Bill Clinton made it a stop during his first presidential campaign when he met the Indians of the Bay Area to listen to their issues. He returned in 1996 during his re-election campaign and New Delhi Restaurant has been a favorite spot for political fundraisers ever since.
New Delhi Restaurant and Chef-Owner Ranjan Dey has received numerous awards and gold medals for excellence in Indian cuisine and spice blends. Our restaurant is also a favorite spot of many Indian celebrities. On any given day you may be dining next to a spiritual guru like Dr. Deepak Chopra, to a Silicon Valley mogul, famous Indian film stars, or Miss Universe.
The famous Chef & Owner Ranjan Dey has also received many dignitaries from the food & beverage industry. Including among them Julia Child, Paul Prodhome, Graham Kerr, Jerri Divecchio of Sunset Magazine, Martin Yan, Jeff Smith of The Frugal Gourmet, and many more.