Top floor city restaurant and bar promises stylish but relaxed experience

Credit: Radisson Blu Hotel, Sheffield

Indian restaurant and bar, Governor Gupta, has opened to the public on the top floor of Sheffield city centre’s new Radisson Blu hotel.

Named after the Sanskrit word for guardian, the restaurant features comfortable booths and outdoor seating overlooking the Peace Gardens and Town Hall.

Credit: Radisson Blu Hotel, Sheffield

Open to the general public and hotel guests alike, the venue is inspired by the Northern Indian “adda” culture.

Guests will be able to savour classic Indian snacks and flavours alongside tandoor chophouse specialties and hand-crafted cocktails.

Board games are available for those with a competitive streak. 

Councillor Ben Miskell, chair of the Transport, Regeneration and Climate Policy Committee at Sheffield City Council, said: “Governor Gupta is another fantastic addition to Sheffield.

“Just like the Radisson Blu hotel itself, the venue is another fine example of how our Heart of the City development scheme is driving positive change and widening the offer of our city centre.

“Although the restaurant has a trendy ‘exclusive’ feel to it, it is very much open to all.”