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 Thai with a Hawaiian influence



Chiriya Keawcharoen-Moore was born in Thailand and immigrated to the U.S. in 1976. She entered Kapiolani Community College on Oahu where she studied culinary arts. Chiriya met her future husband, John, while living in Hawaii.

 In 1996 the family moved to Savannah and in 2006 Chiriya opened the first Chiriya’s Thai Cuisine in Chatham Plaza. She successfully brought together her native Thai culture and her love for Hawaiian culture and put her restaurant on the map as the best restaurant for Thai and Hawaiian cuisine in Savannah. In December 2012, Chiriya's on Chatham Plaza closed its doors and found it's new home on Victory Drive in Thunderbolt in May 2013 with her son Justin, as her partner. Chiriya's sister Miss Bee and niece Pupa can be found helping create the amazing spring rolls and prepping the kitchen. While Chriya's other sister Vasannan and niece Narisa, also known as Jum, waitress.



(912) 691-2080

For Takeout Orders, Reservations & Specials


3017 E Victory Dr,
Thunderbolt, GA 31404


M-Th 11:30am–9:00pm
Friday 11:30am-9:30pm
Saturday 12pm-9:30pm
Sunday 5pm–9pm

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