When I gave my French speaking grandmother this sentence -
À Stratford, il y a beaucoup de restaurants, dont la plupart est delicieux.
Intending to say:
In Stratford, there are lots of restaurants, of which the majority are delicious.
She said it was wrong, but was unable to tell me why, which is upsetting. Would someone be able to explain why, please? I don't know if the ending should be sont delicieuses instead, or is it the dont la plupart? Merci.