Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Food for the Soul

Family of Food has been a little bit short on LA restaurant reviews lately, so when pondering the possibilities, I realized that I have never written up one of my favorite valley joints. Chili My Soul is a mecca for the Chili enthusiast. They make over thirty different types of Chili and usually around half are available at any one time. No matter what your Chili tastes are, they probably make one you'll love. They do vegetarian, turkey, meat, chicken, with beans, without, spicy hot, and tenderly mild. How will you ever make up your mind of which Chili to get? They let you sample the chili like you were at the local ice cream shop. One of my favorites is BLANCO Y VERDE a mild chicken chili with a white bean. If you can't choose, they will let you do a "split" putting two flavors side by side. Check it out.

Chili My Soul
4928 Balboa Blvd.
Encino, CA 91316

3 comments:

Father of Food said...

Now that the weather is cooling down, what's better than a steaming bowl of chili? This is one of my favorites when I visit L.A.

jimbilly4 said...

It'll put Encino on the map, by Crikey!

eric said...

If you remember correctly, I have a fixation with Bob's Big Boy spagetti chili. Since moving to Ireland, I've been trying to replicate it.
I don't know why I didn't ask you earlier, being from Ohio, whats the difference between BBB and a Cinncinatti 3 way? ie Skyline Chili?

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