Montreal is easily the foodie capital of the country - despite what other cities and blogs might say.\nYelp has been a go-to for locals and travelers to find that sweet foodie spot for years, and every year they rank the Top 100 restaurants across Canada.\nREAD ALSO: Starbucks Releases All-New Spring 2018 Drinks Menu\nYelp's Top 100 Places to Eat in Canada is determined by consolidating the most recent reviews in their restaurant and good categories. Both rating and volume of reviews are considered.\nThey localize the list by taking reviews from Canadian users.\nFor 2018, the list boasts 10 Montreal restaurants and I have compiled them here for you!\n@damasrestaurantembedded via\n1. Damas – 1201 Ave. Van Horne\n@sushichef_sylvieembedded via\n2. Bouillon Bilk – 1595 boul. St-Laurent\nVia Saint Sushi Bar\n3. Saint Sushi Bar – 424 Avenue Duluth E\n@expymtl\nembedded via\n4. Europea – 1227 de la Montagne\n@reginecafeembedded via\n5. Régine Café – 1840 rue Beaubien Est\n@mtllovinembedded via\n6. Dinette Triple Crown – 6704 Rue Clark\n@restolavenueembedded via\n7. L’Avenue – 922 Mont-Royal Ave E & 3612 Notre-Dame St W\n@sabyforresterembedded via\n8. Cheskie's Boulangerie – 359 Rue Bernard O\n@leclubchasseetpecheembedded via\n9. Le Club Chasse et Pêche – 423, rue St-Claude\n@le_qg_mtlembedded via\n10. Le Quartier Général – 1251 Rue Gilford\nDid any of your favourite munchie stops make this list?\nI'm partial to an L'avenue brunch, any day - bonus points to them for opening a second location in my hood, St. Henri!\nCheck out the full list of Canada's Top 100 Restos and see how Montreal ranks across the nation.