Celebration by Rupa Vira was listed as the Top 7 favorite places to eat in the DC Metropolitan Area by Washington Post critic Tom Sietsema. “An Indian retreat in Northern Virginia where the design rivals the cooking.” “Vira uses color like a painter. Tender morsels of chicken in a velvety green drape of pureed cilantro
Chef Rupa Vira in her restaurant in Ashburn, Va. (Scott Suchman/for The Washington Post)
We are honored to have been reviewed by Tom Sietsema, an award-winning Washington Post food critic. “At Celebration by Rupa Vira, the food is worth reveling in”- Tom Sietsema The chef whose name graces Celebration by Rupa Vira in Ashburn, Va., has no formal culinary training. She learned her craft at home, back in Mumbai,
Celebration by Rupa Vira’s new weekend brunch has been reviewed by food critic Alice Levitt in Northern Virginia Magazine. Alice Levitt shares her experience of our new ‘Indian Railway Breakfast’ and what brought her to Celebration by Rupa Vira. “Pretend you’re on a train trip around India with a Railway Breakfast at this upscale Ashburn
We are excited to share our new Fall Chef Specials starting Friday, September 10, 2021. Chef Rupa and her team are introducing new Fall Chef Specials available for dine-in and take-out at our restaurant. Introducing… Cranberry Pani Puri A refreshing twist to classic Pani Puri with sweet, spicy, and tangy cranberry flavor. A must-try street
Summer Restaurant Week is upon us. Start August 9 – 15 restaurants around the Washington DC Metropolitan area will be showcasing their chef’s special menu. Celebration by Rupa Vira was featured in Northern Virginia Magazine’s article for ‘8 Places To Book Your Metropolitan Washington Summer Restaurant Week Reservations‘. Alice Levitt writes, “Why? Fancy Indian food

Kurkuri Tikki

Each item on our menu has been specially curated and has a history and story behind it. Let us take you through our journey to one of Chef Rupa’s favorite items on the menu.   Kurukuri Tikki is a play on popular street food Kurkuri Aloo Tikki and Cholle from Delhi.   Chef Rupa is
Paneer Rogan Josh at Celebration by Rupa Vira
Rogan Josh is a well-known Indian dish for its distinguished thick, red sauce and tender meat. At Celebration by Rupa Vira our team will be serving a vegetarian twist to this meaty dish – Paneer Rogan Josh made from soft, fresh Paneer. Rogan Josh brings its influence to Kashmir from Mughals whose cuisine was in