Exotic Dessert Dinner Experience

The desert is one of the most relaxing places to visit during your vacation or any other time! Join your friends and family for a fun and exciting bush meal and dinner on the sand dunes in Jaisalmer’s desert! Your evening journey through the Thar will arrive at its destination at a carefully planned site as daylight fades and night approaches. A special dinner is served while the stars gradually appear in the sky, perfect as a surprise, celebration, or special event! A Dinner is a genuinely fantastic desert experience, far from any modern world distractions, in the warm companionship of the fireplace and our courteous staff. Mesmerizing folk singers and elegant dancers provide the perfect setting for the evening. An unequalled night for the food served on-site and the experience as breathtaking as music floats through the air, and the stars bore down on you.

Manvar, a desert camp in Jaisalmer, provides a one-of-a-kind dining desert experience: supper in a candle-lit. The cuisine is just as beautiful as the location.

Rajasthani thali

Rajasthani food is known for its regal culture and history. The people prefer their meals to be hot and masala-laden and sweets delicious and sinful – nothing in between. After a hefty and spicy meal, they usually seek something delightful to satisfy their palates. Most Rajasthani desserts require Desi ghee as a pre-requisite, and it provides an added layer of flavour. These sweets will undoubtedly satisfy your sweet cravings.

Some engaging dessert experiences to devour

Doodhiya Kheench 

Doodhiya Kheench is a wheat porridge popular in Rajasthan that is thought to have originated in Udaipur. It’s similar to rabdi and tastes best when cooked in a degchi on a sigdi (angithi) (copper utensil). Wheat, whole cream milk, cardamom powder, saffron, sugar, and nuts such as almonds or cashews are required for this delicacy.


Besan ki Chakki or Mohanthal are other names for this soft, chewy, yet delicious delicacy. Dilkushar is a difficult mithai to master, as it is usually made with coarsely crushed gram flour (besan). It’s created using mawa (khoya), cardamom powder, sugar, milk, almonds, and dollops of ghee in addition to besan. You will undoubtedly fall in love with this mithai.

Rabri Ghevar

Ghevar is a traditional Rajasthani sweet dish. Ghevar is a disc-shaped dessert with rabdi, malai, mawa, and other delicacies as toppings. Refined flour, desi ghee, milk, saffron, cardamom powder, and sugar are used. Rabdi is essentially thickened sweetened milk that is put on top of the ghevar and tastes exquisite.


Balushahi is a popular dessert in Rajasthan and other parts of North India. Maida, sugar, sodium bicarbonate, yogurt, and milk make this sweet delicacy. This flaky dessert is deep-fried on low heat before dipping in sugar syrup. Balushahi is a hefty dessert high in calories and is typically offered at celebrations. However, having only one might not be harmful to anyone. Take a mouthful and enjoy it!

Churma Laddoo

Churma Laddoo is a popular dessert in Rajasthan and in Gujarat. Whole wheat flour, semolina (sooji), ghee, jaggery, milk, poppy seeds, and cardamom powder are used. It can be made with atta or besan. It’s also delicious with Dal Baati.

Mawa Kachori 

What is the most enjoyable aspect of Mawa Kachori? It is a sweet kachori, a pastry filled with an aromatic mawa (khoya) combination and a plethora of nuts, making it a celebratory treat. The kachori is soaked in sugar syrup completely before being served. Maida, ghee, khoya, cardamom powder, and loads of nuts are used in its preparation.

Chhena Malpua

Chhena Malpua is a delicate and lacy delicacy cooked with fresh paneer that melts in your mouth with ease. This dessert is a true delight with a dollop of rabdi with almonds and pistachios on top. Paneer, sugar, nutmeg powder, cornflour, saffron, ghee, almond, and pistachio make these malpuas.

Moong Dal Halwa

Moong Dal Halwa is a traditional Rajasthani dessert typically served during the winter months. Preparation takes a significant amount of time and effort. Moong dal, milk, sugar, ghee, cardamom powder, and saffron are used. You can also use jaggery instead of sugar to make it more genuine and flavorful.