OpenTable released its list of Canada's 100 Best Restaurants in 2019 and 12 of the ones on the list were from Montreal!\nThis is proof that our city knows how to eat.\nFind out which Montreal restaurants made the cut below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nWith the end of the year looming, the 'best of' roundups keep on showing up. OpenTable's latest list focuses on Canada's 100 Best Restaurants in 2019. The list is considered "a comprehensive look at the year’s most beloved dining spots." But strangely, of those 100 spots, only 15 went to Quebec restaurants with 12 of those being from Montreal.\nMuch like the last release of Canada's best restaurants to dine solo, the list was based entirely on OpenTable's user reviews of over 500,000 verified diners across 3,000 restaurants throughout the country.\nOntario had the largest amount of restaurants that made it on the list at a total of 55. Even Alberta beat out Montreal with 19 featured spots — which seems nearly unthinkable. British Columbia came in at a lowly nine and Newfoundland and Saskatchewan both squeezed onto the list with one mention.\nThe restaurants that made the cut were graded on service, consistently offering unforgettable dishes and one of a kind dining experiences.\nAccording to OpenTable's press release, "We are thrilled to recognize the restaurants that are consistently providing world-class food and drink and exceptional hospitality that showcase the country's tastes for multiculturalism and adventure."\nOpenTable also revealed the top dining trends of 2019 (most of which will not surprise you).\nKeep reading to find out which restaurants made the cut for Montreal.\nWhether we agree or not, these 12 Montreal restaurants made it on the list to the exception of all others (a few of Montreal's power players are missing like Joe Beef, Au Pied de Cochon, and L'Express, to name a few):\nDamas\n\n\nJellyfish Montreal\n\n\nChez Sophie\n\n\nL’Atelier de Joël Robuchon\n\n\nMaison Boulud\n\n\nRistorante Beatrice\n\n\nBonaparte\n\n\nChef's Table\n\n\nÎle Flottante (former Les Deux Singes)\n\n\nClub Chasse et Pêche\n\n\nLe Filet\n\n\nParadis BBQ\nView this post on Instagram Mommy dearest 👭💜 A post shared by Chloé Otis 🦋🐅 (@3cremeunsucre) on Sep 11, 2019 at 10:05am PDT\nThree Quebec restaurants also made it in the top 100, including:\nLaurie Raphaël in Quebec City\n\n\nRestaurant Le Continental in Quebec City\n\n\nLe Baccara - Casino du Lac Leamy in Gatineau\nREAD ALSO: Time Out Market Montreal Is Hosting A Christmas Market & Our Mouths Are Already Watering\nThe dining trends that were the most popular for 2019 included an increased interest in more plant-based foods (up 136% since 2017); North America cuisine is most popular for breakfast and lunch, but Italian is the number one go-to when it comes to dinner.\nView this post on Instagram Missin’ you... but this food way more 😉😘💞 A post shared by Victoria Angelina (@victoriaasimon) on Nov 18, 2019 at 3:11pm PST\nHealthy alternatives are the reigning champ for trends this year. Cauliflower crust was mentioned 487% more in reviews (since 2017), proving once again that the cauliflower may have the best rebranding any food has ever seen.\nIf you want to check out the full 100 restaurants that made OpenTable's Best of 2019 list, you can find it here.