“Dinner Inshallah-Allah” is a national food docuseries in the US that explores the stories of Muslim American communities through their relationship to halal food and restaurants. Each episode follows visits to various local restaurants, businesses, and ethnic enclaves, providing a myriad of unique perspectives and experiences from the vibrant flavors of this rapidly growing faith-based community.
From family-owned restaurants passed down through generations, to fresh and exciting new mainstays that attract critical buzz, we’ll reflect on the food, people, and histories surrounding these places, highlighting the traditions of the past and shining light on newer contributions in the developing cultural and culinary landscape of Muslims in America.
On our final stop for this season, Amal explores the sprawling affluent region of Orange County. Join Amal as she looks at the hidden side of the OC and what makes it one of the most vibrant halal food scenes in California.
Amal Dalmar explores one of California's oldest and most bountiful halal food scenes: the San Francisco Bay Area. Join Amal as she tells the unique stories of Muslim America by delving into the most vibrant and tastiest halal restaurants.
Amal Dalmar returns home to San Diego, one of the most diverse cities in the US, with some of the largest refugee communities. Join Amal as she shows us that San Diego is much more than a surfer beach city, with a halal restaurant scene that is second to none.