As the number of Vegetarian restaurants in Montreal keeps increasing, OpenTable has ranked the 50 best Vegetarian restaurants in Canada.\nAnd of course, some Montreal restaurants have made the cut.\nCheck out the 6 Montreal vegetarian restaurnts that were ranked in the top 50 across Canada below.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nVegetarian restaurants in Montreal are prolific, exciting, delicious and can even be so unassuming that I've nearly ordered without being quite certain if the whole menu really was vegetarian or not.\nThe abundant presence of veg options in Montreal shows that plant-based or plant-favoured diets are more than just a fad, it's really more of a lifestyle. And it's not just a phase either, Mom.\nIn a study done by Dalhousie University in 2018, over 6.4 million Canadians responded that they followed a diet that restricted meat consumption.\nNearly 55% of Canadians had considered reducing their personal meat consumption an of that, 32% of Canadians were actually willing to reduce their meat consumption over the subsequent 6 months.\nAs more and more Canadians choose less meat, the market for options increases, which in turn makes it easier and easier for Canadians to make that choice to choose less meat and shop more local.\nAnd, apparently, October is Vegetarian Awareness Month! So, to celebrate, Open Table has done a ranking of the 50 Best Vegetarian Restaurants across Canada.\nThe list of restaurants is based on an analysis of half a million reviews of over 3,000 restaurants, nationwide. The reviews are left by verified diners and are given a rating out of 5 stars based on Ambiance, Service, Food and Overall experience. They've also opted to include "vegetarian-friendly" restaurants within the list, as well as strictly vegan restaurants.\nDamas\nView this post on Instagram A few of our cold mezzes. //Certains de nos mezzes froids.😋 A post shared by Damas Restaurant (@damasrestaurant) on Jun 16, 2019 at 9:06am PDT\nLocation: 1201 Van Horne, Outremont\nWith this famous Syrian restaurant in Outremont, it's hard to know where to start. From the stunning decor to the drool-worthy menu, you can't go wrong when you choose a night out at Damas. If you're an amateur of Syrian dishes or if you're looking to try it for the first time, this spot won't let you down.\nFind them here.\nEuropea\nView this post on Instagram 🌸 A post shared by Zhi.Li (@zhi.frank.li) on Nov 24, 2018 at 7:06pm PST\nLocation: 1065 rue de la Montagne, Centre-Ville\nFood really is art at Europea, where the philosophy is "to move, to touch, to surprise." Let world-renowned chef Jerôme Ferrer take you on an experience of gastronomic proportions with a nature-inspired, seasonal 5-course vegan meal.\nFind them here.\nIle Flottante\nView this post on Instagram Beet carpaccio A post shared by Celina C. (@celina.ic) on Dec 23, 2017 at 8:22pm PST\nLocation: 176 rue Saint-Viateur Ouest, Mile End\nFormerly Les Deux Singes, Ile Flottante serves up three tasting menus of three, five, or seven courses priced from $45 to $85 per person. While there's no question that the meals are gourmet, Ile Flottante is approachable, inviting and whimsical, with a knack for creativity.\nFind them here.\nREAD ALSO: I Tried Montreal's New Vegan Sushi Restaurant, And This Is My Honest Opinion (Photos)\nInvitation V\nView this post on Instagram La recette d’un bon repas, c’est de le partager! ❤️ . . . #repost @itsjoshaaron 🙏🏻 . . . . #vegan #plantbased #healthyfood #mtlfood #mtlresto #delicious #foodie #crepes #lunchisserved #veganism #crueltyfree A post shared by Invitation V bistro (@invitation_v) on Aug 29, 2018 at 7:53am PDT\nLocation: 201 rue Saint-Jacques, Vieux-Montreal\nThis vegan restaurant serves brunch, lunch and dinner with tons of options, so no matter what you choose you're bound to be satisfied. The staff are kind, helpful and all-around awesome. If you're looking for a great spot in Old Port to get your veg on, this is it.\nFind them here.\nL'Atelier de Joel Robuchon\nView this post on Instagram LE HOMARD DU QUÉBEC 🦞 en salade croquante de haricots verts aux amandes et à la mangue #joelrobuchon #atelierjoelrobuchon #montrealfood #food #gastronomy A post shared by L'Atelier Joël Robuchon MTL (@joelrobuchonmtl) on Jul 31, 2019 at 2:25pm PDT\nLocation: 1 ave du Casino, Île Sainte-Hélène\nLocated at the Montreal Casino, famous and internationally-renowned chef Joël Robuchon uses his "workshop" to serve up innovative, exciting and delicious food on several different menus. Choose to do small tastings or go all-in with several courses, there are options for every kind of foodie here.\nFind them here.\nLola Rosa Parc\nView this post on Instagram Une délicieuse lasagne végé, assez grosse pour partager avec ceux que t'aimes, c'est ça aussi la beauté du temps des fêtes! 😍🎄 . . #MYLOLA #mtlf00d #montrealesque #feedmemontreal #mtlfood #mtlblog #narcityquebec #tastemontreal #livemontreal #yelpmtl #restomontreal #mtlmoments #montrealonly #food foodlife #foodphotography #foodtrip #foody #foodies #foodie #foodpics A post shared by Lola Rosa (@lolarosamontreal) on Dec 13, 2018 at 10:45am PST\nLocation: 4581 ave du Parc, Plateau\nLast but not least! (Especially since this list is alphabetical...) A favourite for veg lovers of every budget, Lola Rosa is a staple in the non-meat scene in Montreal. If you're feeling like some vegan tex-mex or some plant-based comfort food, this is the spot to go.\nFind them here.\nRanking for this article provided by OpenTable. 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