Rangoli, an Indian restaurant, has now officially opened its doors in Manassas.
Located at 10223 Nokesville Road – next to Vertical Rock Indoor Climbing Center, in the former Paradise Donuts location – the restaurant celebrated its grand opening with the Manassas City Council.
According to Rangoli’s website, the restaurant offers “classic Indian food along with some authentic specialties served in a refined setting by professionals who love what they do.”
The restaurant plans to offer Indian cooking classes, buffet luncheons, food shoes, and wine dinner events.
More on the restaurant and its owner Kumar Iyer, from their website:
Rangoli literally meaning colorful murals is a very enduring cultural practice wherein various patterns are illustrated at the threshold of Indian homes and is symbolic of warding of ill-luck and evil spirits. The art generally revered during festivals and auspicious occasions represents prosperity and happiness. In the same spirit “Rangoli” celebrates good Indian food and a great neighborhood.
Kumar Iyer, a professional in the Hospitality Industry for over twenty-six years, is a Hotel Management & Catering Technology graduate from India. He has worked at several reputed restaurants locally including corporate chains like T.G.I.Fridays and MORTON’S the steakhouse. His long tenure onboard Royal Caribbean Cruises as a Food & Beverage Manager helped him learn the nuances and best practices of the Industry which he brings to ‘Rangoli’, a true fruit of his labor.
With such skilled and experienced management team, authentic and tasty food with gracious and warm service is a standard at Rangoli.