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Missada 45 Rue Laugier Paris, 75017 France
45 Rue Laugier
Paris, 75017 France

01 46 22 11 77

Spring rolls (surimi or chicken) served cold
Imperial Pâtés beef
Fried ravioli chicken
Pekinese soup
Soup vermicelle to the chicken
Chinese salad substitute shrimp

Noodles substitute shrimp
Vegetables (chop suey)
Omelet fu-yang to the vegetables

Chicken sesame (pouleet panné with grains of sesames)
Chicken lemon (chicken panné with lemon sauce)
Soft tart chicken (pineapple, bell pepper, onions)
Beef mushrooms black
Beef basil (onions, bell pepper, vegetables, pricking sauce)
Beef shop suey (mixed vegetables)

Calf onions ginger
Calf mushrooms black and bambo
Calf 5 flavors (onions, bell pepper and spice 5 flavors)
Lamb honey hot peppers
Soft tart duck (onions, bell pepper, pineapple)
Duck onions ginger

Shrimp pricking (substitute) (onions and sauce pricking)
Caramelized Sole (onions and leeks)
Caramelized lamb (onions and poireux)
Duck honey hot pepper

Substitute shrimp imperial (onions and lightly pricking)
Sole panné sauce soft tart (bell pepper, onions, pineapple)

information about Missada
Paris Beth Din

Sun - Thu
Lunch 12:00pm - 2:30
Dinner 7:00pm - 10:45pm

Cuisine: Chinese
Avg. Check: $20 - $35
Attire: Casual

Succah On Succot: No
Nine Days Menu: Yes
Open for Pesach: No



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ABOUT Missada
Chinese Food in Paris, France? Sounds weird, no? Actually, Missada Restaurant offers one of the best kosher Chinese cuisine you will ever find. Located on the corner of Laugier Avenue, the restaurant has their menu down to a science and they sure know what they’re doing.

When you come to Missada, you have a choice of eating outside at one of their patio tables or inside in their cozy, yet classy dining room. Usually you wil be greeted by the restaurant’s friendly and personable owner, Tony Lalloum, who comes from a family of restaurant owners. In fact, Tony’s father and uncle both own kosher restaurants just blocks away. But it’s in Missada that you will find Chinese at it’s best.

If one goes online and searches for Missada restaurant, you will clearly see that their reputation speaks for itself. Comments like “excellent restaurant”, “good service”, “warm and pleasant” are just a few descriptions of what loyal customers have to say.

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The menu is as large as it is tasty and includes all your traditional Chinese dishes, such as Sesame Chicken and Beef Chop Suey but they also have interesting items like Calf, with onions, bell pepper and 5 different flavors. Substitute shrimp is also on the menu with carmelized onions and leeks. Favorites include the Jumped Shrimp with pepper and salt as well as the hot beef cubes. There are many specials which include duck and lamb and is highly suggested that you speak to your waiter for recommendations and advice. Some dishes are spicy, so it is advised to ask beforehand.

Missada is terrific find in a city of thousands of restaurants and if you want to experience Chinese food like it ought to be made, Missada is a must.
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