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Hot Dining: Lovin’ Spoonful

Curried apricot and red lentil soup, available at RaviSoups

There’s nothing quite like a big, bowl of soup to help warm your body—and your spirits—in winter. But it’s not just chicken soup that’s good for the soul. In Toronto, these broth spots are good for whatever ails you.

1. Tasty takeaway joint RaviSoups (322 Adelaide St. W., 647-435-8365) offers culinary alchemy in soups and bisques like curried apricot and red lentil (pictured), and porcini and wild rice. Get your fill by ordering a succulent wrap, too.

2. Japanese eatery Konnichiwa (31 Baldwin St., 416-593-8538) welcomes guests with a large menu of favourites from sushi to teriyaki meats, but sizeable servings of udon noodle soup—with toppings like shrimp tempura, beef or vegetable fritters—are a cold-weather draw.

3. No-frills vegan haunt One Love Vegetarian Café (854 Bathurst St., 416-535-5683) is slightly outside of the downtown core, but its hearty Caribbean-style corn soup is well worth the wintry trek.

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