Ziveli Restaurant

Ziveli Restaurant


Address: 12202 Jasper Ave,
Edmonton, AB, T5N 3K3, Canada
Phone: (780) 453-3912
Fax: N/A
E-mail: N/A
Website: N/A
Reservation: Make a Reservation
Delivery: Order Online
Small, low-lit neighborhood restaurant serving Greek and Balkan specialties such as Serbian meatballs, roast lamb, moussaka, stuffed vine leaves and souvlaki.
Online Menu
Online Menu
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Seafood Entrees
Anchovies With Olives
Calamari (click for more info...)
Oysters With Spinach Cheese
Baba Ganje (click for more info...)
Dip Platter (click for more info...)
Homous (click for more info...)
Kopanisti (click for more info...)
Pita Bread
Santziki (click for more info...)
Broiled Greek Ribs
Broiled Lamb Chops
Broiled Pork Chops
Combination Platter (click for more info...)
Garlic Prawns A' La Adriatic
Karadjordjeva (click for more info...)
Roast Lamb A' La Zivelli
Serbian Meat Balls (click for more info...)
Souvlaki Beef
Souvlaki Chicken Dishes
Souvlaki Lamb
Souvlaki Pork
Souvlaki Prawn
Vegetarian Platter (click for more info...)
Cevapi (click for more info...)
Keftedes (click for more info...)
Paprene Kobasice (click for more info...)
Tivat Burger
Other Stuff
Feta and Olives
Gibanica (click for more info...)
Krompiri (click for more info...)
Saganaki (click for more info...)
Spanakopita (click for more info...)
Greek Salads Medium
Greek Salads Small
House Salads
Montenegro Caesar Salads
Marinated Olives
Roasted Peppers With Garlic
Sarma. Stuffed Vine Leaves.

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