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Article by Editorial | 10th January 2019

Win Lunch For Two At Mr White’s English Chophouse, Dover Marina Hotel

Guests enjoyed a taste of Michelin-star winner Marco Pierre White-inspired hospitality at the opening of two new restaurants at the Dover Marina Hotel, which is now home to Mr White’s English Chophouse and Wheeler’s Fish and Chips, both launched with the backing of cooking’s enfant terrible, the inimitable Marco Pierre White himself.

Dover MP Charlie Elphicke unveiled the restaurants at the four-star hotel, which offers stunning sea views as well as great food and top class service. He welcomed the hotel’s transformation, adding that the new restaurants would be a major boost to the town and the district.

“We are absolutely delighted that Marco has shown such faith in the hotel by allowing us to showcase his brand,” commented Managing Director Mr K Rajaseelan – universally known as Seelan.

The hotel is a one-minute walk from the beach and close to the town centre, nestled under the famous White Cliffs in the shadow of Dover Castle and with uninterrupted views over the English Channel.

• Dover Marina Hotel, Waterloo Crescent, Dover CT17 9BP, call 01304 203633 or visit dovermarinahotel.co.uk


The Dover Marina Hotel is offering one Canterbury INDEX reader the chance to win a two-course lunch for two, including a bottle of house wine, to be taken Monday-Thursday (inclusive) and subject to availability, at Mr White’s English Chophouse before 28th February 2019.

There is no cash alternative, entrants must be aged 18 and above and the prize is not transferable. The winner will be the first name drawn at random at noon on the closing date, 31st January 2019. The editor’s decision is final.

To enter, simply email your contact details to editorial@indexmagazine.co.uk with Dover Marina Hotel competition in the subject line.

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