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I am looking for a place that serves super spicy food, that is not asian. I mlooking for stuff like wings and chili. Im a huge Blairs fan!!!! Please help!!!! Im in SFV.

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  1. Chili My Soul sometimes serves up the Demon chili, but you can have any chili you want that they're serving as turned up as you want.

    It's ashame that you're ruling out Asian, because the spicy chicken wings at Kyochon are really great.

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    Chili My Soul
    4928 Balboa Blvd, Encino, CA 91316

    Kyochon Chicken
    3833 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90020

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    1. re: SauceSupreme

      is chili my soul a restaurant or is it just take out?

      1. re: dtud

        Casual restaurant with tables.

    2. Akbar's (Indian) on Wilshire Blvd. in Santa Monica has an appetizer of hot wings slathered in Indian chili paste that will do the job if you're looking to give your taste buds an E-ticket thrill ride.

      1. Hogan's Heros has a nuclear chili, call first to make sure they have it. It is out of control hot! You do not even get the flavor of the chili.

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        1. re: Burger Boy

          Hogan's Heroes

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          Hogan's Heroes
          8501 Pershing Dr, Playa Del Rey, CA 90293

        2. I like spicy, in fact very spicy. The hottest BBQ sauce at JR Barbecue on La Cienega near Jefferson strained my tolerance a bit -- I had to use bites of the cool potato salad and the soft white bread to calm my taste buds, and now I get a mix of the hot and the medium sauces.

          El Super Taco, in a minimall on Santa Monica Blvd. at Brockton, has an orangeish habanero salsa available on its salsa bar, labeled "extra hot." I find that a few drops of this mixed in with a little serving cup of the salsa roja gives it the extra kick and tingle that I like.

          1. Shame you're ruling out Asian. Ka-San on Foothill in La Crescenta has the spiciest thing I have ever put in my mouth -- it's a haemul tang, a seafood stew that besides being tongue-bustingly hot is also absolutely delicious.