Many of us in the city follow strict diets or have some food sensitivities that require a little more care and precaution when heading out for a coffee date, dinner at a restaurant or even while enjoying late night drinks.\nOne lifestyle that's becoming increasingly popular is the keto diet. You're basically cutting out most, if not all, legumes and grains in your diet which can make navigating the food scene in Montreal a bit more complex.\nLuckily, as always, the city is pretty accommodating when it comes to these things. We've given you the best vegan restaurants before, so how about a list of the best keto-friendly restaurants and cafés you can visit across Montreal?\nSo let's dive in!\nREAD ALSO: 11 Types Of Montreal Poutines In 12 Hours\nTL;DR Having trouble finding restaurants in the city that cater to your keto lifestyle? Look no further! Here are 12 of the best keto-friendly restaurants in Montreal that you need to visit ASAP.\nAlthough there are currently no restaurants in the city that are 100% keto, there are quite a few that make an incredible effort to offer the best menu items that meet the specific diet requirements!\nHere are a few locations in the city that you MUST visit if you're on the keto diet.\nOmnivore\nView this post on Instagram However do you want me, however do you need me? A post shared by Dine In - Take Out - Catering (@omnivoregrill) on Jul 5, 2018 at 11:48am PDT\nServing up some of the best Middle Eastern and health food grub at two locations in the city, Omnivore has quite a few keto options for you to indulge in. From moussaka to kaftka to multiple vegetable-based dishes, you'll leave this spot feeling totally satisfied and super healthy!\nWhere: 4351 Boul. St Laurent and 1633 St Denis\nRégine Café\nView this post on Instagram Cuisse de canard confit. Gratin dauphinois, œuf poché et marmelade d'oranges. A post shared by Régine Café (@reginecafe) on Mar 5, 2016 at 10:39am PST\nOffering a memorable brunch and lunch menu, not only can you get your keto fix at this lovely café, but they also offer gluten-free options! There are a few menu items that are already keto-friendly, with many more that are customizable so you can get your dream brunch meal.\nWhere: 1840 Rue Beaubien E.\nRAKU\nView this post on Instagram Steak!! And you know what the best novelist in quebec just visited us!!!! #restaurant #japanese #japanesefood #plateaumontroyale #food #cook #chef #montroyale #steak #tonkatsu #chickenkatsu #donburi #roastbeef #oyakodon #japan #katsu #raku #takumi #funny #lol #goodfood #specialfood #cuisinejaponaise A post shared by RAKU (@raku0801) on Aug 19, 2018 at 5:12pm PDT\nThis little piece of Tokyo in Montreal makes an almost perfect menu for a keto person. You can choose from either meat or seafood-based dishes and build from there! Make it simple and pair your chicken or beef with a fresh salad, or indulge in a decadent custard pudding!\nWhere: 266 Rue Rachel E.\nChez Bouffe Café Bistro\nView this post on Instagram À Chez Bouffe, une ardoise vous est proposée mettant de l'avant nos produits frais d'arrivage. #chezbouffe A post shared by Chez Bouffe Café Bistro (@chezbouffe) on Dec 11, 2018 at 12:29pm PST\nAnother brunch place you need to visit in Montreal. Luckily, they're also open for dinner as well! It's super easy to cut out the fries and bread at Chez Bouffe for a super elegant choice of steak, fish, bacon, octopus and much more. Not only that, but the aesthetic of the restaurant is totally rustic as well, making this a must-visit spot.\nWhere: 4316 Rue Ste-Catherine E.\nCrew Collective & Café\nView this post on Instagram On our menu - Bowl 1 is served with tick cut bacon, soft boiled egg and ricotta. // Sur notre menu - Le bol 1 est servi avec bacon, œuf mollet et ricotta. Photo: @_julienlacroix A post shared by Crew Collective & Cafe (@crewcollectivecafe) on Mar 30, 2019 at 11:27am PDT\nYes, this is where you can get your coffee fix downtown. Not only that, but if you're in a rush you can also take advantage of the grab and go menu items available such as the Waldorf Salad -- which just so happens to be keto-friendly! Bakery items include soy-free and gluten-free options, with meal options as flexible as creating your very own bowl.\nWhere: 360 Rue St-Jaques\nOlive & Gourmando\nView this post on Instagram Nouvelle tartine au brunch: ricotta maison, courge rôtie, radis, concombre, poire asiatique, vinaigrette érable +citron ( version végane disponible ❤️) || New tartine for brunch: homemade ricotta, roasted squash, radish, cucumber, asian pear, maple + lemon vinaigrette (vegan version available ❤️) #therealog #eatrealfood #montreal #homemade #og #oldmontreal #oliveetgourmando #delicious #ondejeune #brunch #vegan #veganmontreal #mtlmoments #nuitblanche A post shared by Olive et Gourmando (@olive_et_gourmando) on Mar 2, 2019 at 7:06am PST\nThis artisanal and rustic restaurant in Montreal is a total keto dream. Just get past the bread and grain-baked goods for some of the best vegetable and egg-based dishes. Don't forget to try their housemade ricotta.\nWhere: 351 Rue Saint-Paul O.\nBocata\nView this post on Instagram Bacalao A post shared by Bocata Old Montreal (@bocataoldmontreal) on Mar 16, 2019 at 5:55pm PDT\nThis traditional restaurant in Old Montreal offers more than enough keto-friendly dishes to become of your favourite spots in the city. Start your visit off with an array of cheese boards, oysters or beef tartare followed by your choice of a fish or steak main.\nWhere: 310 Rue Saint-Paul O.\nDeville\nView this post on Instagram Salads worth instagramming ✅ #MyDevilleMoment A post shared by Deville Dinerbar (@devilledinerbar) on Feb 8, 2019 at 6:34am PST\nThis take on a classic diner offers out-this-world food and drinks you won't find anywhere else in the city. Luckily, the menu is so giant that there's no problem grabbing something keto while you're there. From salads so indulgent they don't even seem healthy to specialty Deville menu items, where could you go wrong?\nWhere: 1235 Rue Stanley\nAlto Pizzeria\nView this post on Instagram Special Alto 14”. . Steak, pepperoni and capicollo. Enough said. . . #foodislife #AltoMTL #foodlove #tastemontreal #mtllife #restomontreal #mcgill #hec #concordia #altorestaurant #mtlblog #5amclub #montrealfoodie #tastemontreal #mcgillghetto #montrealeats #mtllife #foodporn #foodie A post shared by (NEW) Online Ordering (@alto_restaurant) on Dec 14, 2018 at 5:18pm PST\nSurprisingly, most menu items at this "pizzeria" are made just for someone on a keto diet. Enjoy pork or chicken souvlaki, light and fresh salads, rib steaks, fish filets and more. Even better is that Alto's delivers within Montreal! You don't even need to leave your house to enjoy your keto-friendly meal.\nWhere: 3469 Parc Ave.\nLOV McGill\nView this post on Instagram Réchauffez-vous pendant les derniers jours de froid avec notre délicieuse soupe Pho. Bouillon de miso, citronnelle et lime kaffir, épinards, nouilles de riz, shitakes, bébés bok choy, piments chili, carottes rôties et coriandre🌱 _ _ _ _ _ Warm up during the last few days of cold with our delicious Pho Soup. Lemongrass miso and kefir leaf broth, spinach, rice noodles, shitake, choy tips, thai chili, roasted carrots and cilantro 🌱 #veganpho #LOVyourself #aimezvous #botanicalcuisine #cuisinebotanique #spring2019 #soup #pho #phosoup #mtlfood #lovrestaurant #vege #vegan A post shared by LOV Restaurant (@lovrestaurant) on Mar 12, 2019 at 11:54am PDT\nNot only is this restaurant chain able to accomodate the keto customer, but they're also 100% vegan as well! The plant-based menu boasts keto goodness such as their "Truffle & Caviar", "Beef Tartar" minus the crostini, and even the delicious burgers can be put into a lettuce-wrap. Where else is a culinary experience like this in Montreal?\nWhere: 464 Rue McGill\nJoe Beef\nView this post on Instagram When @fredmadeit makes lunch for 2....... #scorchedearth #joebeefapocalypsebook2 ouf... A post shared by David Hayfield McMillan (@joebeefmtl) on Oct 25, 2018 at 11:00am PDT\nSample a more unique food experience at this beloved Montreal restaurant with dishes such as duck heart sausage and escargot, horse steak, veal tongue and more! Luckily, most of these items are perfect for a keto, so there's no need to worry when eating at Joe Beef as long as you're ready to be surprised by the adventurous ingredients.\nWhere: 2491 Rue Notre-Dame O.\nRomados\nView this post on Instagram Cuit à la perfection. 👌🏼 . . . . . . . . #spicy #portuguesefood #pouletportugais #portuguesechicken #quartierportugais #rachelstreet #leplateau #montreal #montrealfood #pasteisdenata #secretrecipe A post shared by Romados (@romados_mtl) on Jan 22, 2019 at 12:30pm PST\nThis Portuguese restaurant is perfect for acheiving your traditional rotisserie chicken dish accompanied by chorizo and the freshest of salads. Drench your meal in mouth-watering piri piri sauce and let your feast begin!\nWhere: 115 Rue Rachel E.\nHopefully this list helps you navigate the city's food scene while on the keto diet!\nDon't forget to tag us on Instagram @MTLblog if you happen to visit any of the spots on this list.