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
Celebration by Rupa Vira was featured on Northern Virginia Magazine’s “10 Best Asian Restaurants in the Northern Virginia” list. We live in a region filled with excellent food from all over the continent of Asia and we are proud to be featured in the Top 10 for Best Asian Restaurants in Northern Virginia and one
From innovative creations to traditional fare done just right, Celebration by Rupa Vira was chosen as one of the Top 10 Favorite Restaurants by Northern Virginia Magazine’s critics this year. Alice Levitt writes, “In the main dining room, brightly colored paintings depict a carnival, replete with a Ferris wheel. At chef-owner Rupa Vira’s modern ode
Mansoor Qureshi a local influencer, vlogger, and journalist from DC Metropolitan recently covered Celebration by Rupa Vira in their recent vlog review on their YouTube channel and Facebook page America Kay Rung (Colors of America). We got a chance to speak to Mansoor to talk about what uniqueness we bring to the dining scene in
Douglas Rogers writes, "Where to begin? From the modish wine and small plates eatery AhSo, to food from the sleepless streets of Thailand at Sense of Thai St and Indian classics at Rupa Vira’s The Signature, some of the finest restaurants in Virginia are here in Ashburn." We couldn't agree more.  Come explore Ashburn and don't forget to visit us at one of our restaurants in Ashburn, Virginia. 
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
With India experiencing a surge of coronavirus cases and deaths, Americans, including residents in Loudoun County, are trying to find ways of assisting family members and friends on the other side of the globe. U.S. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) joined more than dozen members of the Indian-American community Friday in Ashburn to discuss the ongoing
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Best of Loudoun 2021

Thank you for voting for Celebration by Rupa Vira again.  We really appreciate all of our guests, friends, and family! We opened this restaurant last year in January with the goal of bringing the best of Indian Cuisine to Loudoun. Thank you for being a part of our journey and promise to continue to bring