An exquisite location in the scenic Alkham Valley, The Marquis serves those in Dover area some truly sumptuous Modern English cuisine.
Housed in a 200 year old building, formerly a village inn, this luxurious boutique hotel and exemplary restaurant is but one of the beautiful locations amidst an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Certainly a location made for special occasions, diners who call in advance with their tastecard can enjoy everything served at The Marquis at an excellent price, making it all the more appealing.
If the resplendence of the dishes, the scenic surroundings and the wonderful service isn’t enough to impress diners, they should be aware of the responsible methods of sourcing ingredients that the chefs insist upon. Wild herbs foraged from the countryside, game obtained from the Alkham Valley and fresh caught seafood from local fishing boats ensures that every dish tastes as incredible as it looks.
Spearheaded by the Head Chef and Manager, Andrew King, the menu is simply overflowing with delicious fare. Diners are highly advised to live to the fullest and embrace every section of the menu, beginning with the sublime starters, including the irresistible seared Rye Bay scallops, adorned with parsley and dry cured ham, the rich wild rabbit, paired with soft herbs and a truffle and garlic risotto, and the delectable textures of beetroot, complete with goat’s curd and smoked hazelnuts.
Continue to the main event, with dishes such as the succulent Duo of Romney Marsh Lamb, consisting of cannelloni of shoulder and roast rump drizzled with a sloe gin jus, the luscious butternut squash, sage and pine nut risotto, enriched with Twineham grange, and the wondrous line caught sea bass, partnered with spinach and a vanilla sauce.
Some utterly decadent desserts, savoury treats and luxurious wines are available as fitting conclusions to an unparalleled meal, ensuring that every diner who enters the Marquis will leave completely satisfied.
Please Note: The tastecard discount is not available throughout December or on Bank Holidays.