OpenTable’s Top 100 restaurants with Healthy Bites in Canada 2024

Introducing the OpenTable Top 100 restaurants with Healthy Bites in Canada 2024*. Compiled from over 1.1M OpenTable diner reviews and using dining metrics including the percentage of reviews tagged ‘healthy’, diner ratings and five-star reviews, the list highlights some of the top spots favoured by diners.

The diners in Canada have spoken! Let’s dig into the top list.

 

Alberta

British Columbia

Beach House - Vancouver - Top 100 Restaurants with Healthy Bites in Canada 2024
Credit: Beach House
Zarak by Afghan Kitchen-Vancouver - Top 100 restaurants with Healthy Bites in Canada for 2024
Credit: Zarak by Afghan Kitchen

Manitoba

New Brunswick

Newfoundland and Labrador

Nova Scotia

Ontario

Koh Lipe Thai - Toronto - Top 100 Restaurants with Healthy Bites in Canada 2024
Credit: Koh Lipe Thai

Quebec

Kyo Bar Japanese - Montreal - Top 100 Restaurants with Healthy Bites in Canada 2024
Credit: Kyo Bar Japanese

Saskatchewan

 

From vegan and plant-based, to seafood-focused and farm-to-table venues, Canada has a great number of restaurants that bring a creative spin on healthier options. Want to try for yourself? Book your table at one of OpenTable’s Top 100 restaurants with healthy bites in Canada 2024 now.

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Methodology of the Restaurant List* OpenTable’s Top 100 restaurants with healthy bites in Canada 2024 list is generated from over 1.1M OpenTable diner reviews and dining metrics from October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023. Restaurants with a minimum threshold of diner reviews were considered and evaluated by a compilation of unique data points, including diner ratings, the percentage of five star reviews, the number of alerts set, the percentage of reservations made in advance and direct searches. Metrics were weighted to comprise an overall score. The qualified restaurants were then ranked by the percentage of reviews with the tag “healthy”. The resulting list appears A-Z, not in ranked order. The cuisine category is self-determined by restaurants.