Valentine's Day is now two weeks away, which means that you're probably starting to think seriously about the details of your romantic evening.\nIf you haven't figured out what you want to do with your day yet, we've got you covered with a list of date ideas.\nAnd, if you're more concerned about the price, we compiled a list of restaurants which offer prix fixe menus at great prices.\nOf course, when compiling a list of restaurants for Valentine's Day, we have to include romance as a factor. A restaurant's ambiance can easily make or break a date, and booking a reservation at a new place can be a gamble, because you don't know what setting to expect.\nREAD ALSO: Best Places To Break Up With Someone Before Valentine's Day In Montreal\nTL;DR Trying to find a restaurant with the perfect romantic ambiance can be tough, but you can find below the official list of Montreal's most romantic restaurants.\nLuckily, Open Table has just released its list of Canada’s 100 Most Romantic Restaurants. 7 Montreal restaurants are included in the list, and Montreal ranks fifth overall for the most romantic city in Canada.\nThe following restaurants were chosen from reviews submitted last year. According to Open Table, "the overall score is made up of unique data points, such as overall diner rating, user klout, total number of reviews, and regional overall rating."\nThis means that you can feel confident booking a table at any of the following restaurants, because they have been thoroughly vetted.\nHope you have a good Valentine's Day, Montreal!\nL'Ile Flottante\nWhere: 176 Saint Viateur West Street, Montreal.\nWhat: This Mile-End restaurant serves up creative and delicious French food. They offer set menus, and expertly pair wine to their dishes. This is truly the epitome of the French dining experience.\nPrice level: $$\nView this post on Instagram Magret de canard de notre ancien menu .. Le nouveau menu est là ! Duck breast from our old menu.. The new menu is here! @thefullmenualchemist #eatermontreal #mileendmtl #duck #newmenu #mtlfood #mtlmoments photo @djoyn.me A post shared by Île Flottante (@restaurantileflottante) on Jan 9, 2019 at 3:05pm PST\nSee their menu here!\nBonaparte\nWhere: 447 St Francois Xavier St, Montreal\nWhat: Bonaparte prides themselves on classic French cuisine that will withstand the test of time. Their menu includes satisfying dishes that everyone associates with French cuisine, such as "seafood and fish linguini with lobster sauce" and "Venison medallions, mushroom ravioli, red wine sauce."\nPrice: $$$\nView this post on Instagram Délice de pétoncles à l'huile de truffes et sa fricassée de champignons #BonaparteMTL A post shared by Restaurant Bonaparte (@bonapartemtl) on Aug 12, 2014 at 8:50am PDT\nCheck out their menu here!\nDaVinci Restaurante\nWhere: 1180 Bishop St, Montreal.\nWhat: You can probably guess from the name that DaVinci is an Italian restaurant. Located in an old three-story Victorian home, the restaurant has a classic ambiance. What the name doesn't convey is the refined nature of all of their dishes. One customer favourite is the beef carpaccio.\nPrice: $$\nCheck out their menu here!\nEuropea\nWhere: 1065 Rue de la Montagne\nWhat: Europea is one of Montreal's most famed restaurants, and definitely a great place to go for a very special occasion. In 2018, it was ranked in the top 25 best restaurants in the world. The menus are prix fixe, and you can pick either the 5-course or 12-course option. Get ready for creative dishes and a magical experience.\nPrice: $$$\nView this post on Instagram Mon inspiration pour ce soir 😉 Velouté de porcinis aux châtaignes et crabes d’Alaska...👌🏻#jeromeferrer #restauranteuropea A post shared by Jérôme Ferrer (@jferrer.europea) on Jan 21, 2019 at 2:47pm PST\nSee their menu here!\nL'Atelier de Joël Robuchon\nWhere: 1 avenue du Casino Casino de Montréal Pavillon du, Québec, RL, Montréal\nWhat: This restaurant is located in Montreal's glamorous and vibrant casino. The restaurant is named after the famous chef Joël Robuchon, who owns equally famous restaurants all around the world and has more Michelin stars than any other chef. The menu includes classic and refined French cuisine, and the restaurant is offering a set menu on Valentine's Day weekend.\nPrice: $$$\nView this post on Instagram Délices de la mer ✨🦑 A post shared by Casino de Montréal (@casinomontreal) on Dec 17, 2018 at 8:00am PST\nCheck out their menu here!\nONoir\nWhere: 124 Rue Prince Arthur E, Montreal.\nWhat: ONoir proposes a unique dining experience: one that is in the total darkness. This restaurant concept has been popping up all over the world, with incredible success. Eating in the dark heightens your senses, which means that you taste food in a way that you never have before. It's a unique and romantic dining experience.\nPrice: $$\nView this post on Instagram Venez goûter notre cuisine, nous vous garantissons des saveurs et textures incomparables 😋🍒🍄 . . #yul #mtlfoodies #mtlbouffe #mtleats #delicieux #yummy😋 #mtlblog #mtlphotography A post shared by oNoir Restaurant (@onoirmtl) on Dec 14, 2018 at 7:02am PST\nCheck out their menu!\nPortus 360\nWhere: 777 Boulevard Robert-Bourassa, Montréal.\nWhat: This restaurant boasts one of the best views in the city. Diners can enjoy the view from all angles, because the restaurant rotates 360 degrees. Portus 360 serves up classic Portugese food, like bacalhau and other delicious seafood. The chef, Helena Loureiro, owns two other successful restaurants in Montreal.\nPrice: $$$\n@portus360mtlembedded via\nCheck out the menu here!\nHappy dining!