118 Christopher St, New York, NY | Directions 1001440.733098 -74.005455
Mon. - Thu. 11:30am - 11pm;Fri. 11:30am - 12pm;Sat. 10am - 12pm;Sun. 10am - 11pm
Neighborhoods: West Village, Downtown
Best Thai Food in West Village – I and my friends found this place by the chance. The place is very out standing from Christopher Street. Then we decided to try, and fortunately it's the best decision I ever made. This place is wonderful and totally different from another Thai restaurant that I had. I ordered Pad-Thai. Suprising it's full of flavor and shrimps are huge. My friend ordered curry and it's fantastic. The curry has a lot of aroma of spices and so fresh. I could tell right away that they make their own curry. I had a great time over there and will be back for sure. Pinto Rocks !!!
Exquisite, Authentic Thai – My wife and I recently enjoyed a fantastic meal at Pinto - really a delightful and unexpectedly authentic experience. Having spent months in Thailand, and also having a Thai wife means a couple of things: I eat a lot of Thai food (both at home and in restaurants); and I have a pretty good palate for Thai cuisine. So does my wife. Pinto served the best Thai food we've had outside of Thailand and my own kitchen - which is saying a lot, since there are some excellent places in NYC (mostly in the 50's & Queens). We could tell Pinto makes their own curry - which is impressive (and rare), and that the shrimp (especially) were as fresh as fresh. We both enjoyed the soup - separation of the broth and contents (the waiter poured the broth at our table) made the shrimp and vegetables ultra-fresh and distinctly flavorful. The entrees were wonderful - duck for my wife (cooked and presented tastefully), and curry for me (perfectly seasoned and spicy). Pinto - which I gather is Thai for "Bento" - put some very good flavors "in the box". I'm sure we'll be back often.
Casual Elegant – New Trendy Thai restaurant with nice and neat preparation of New style of Thai cooking. Cozy place for sipping a glass of wine. Casual but elegant.
Editorial Review – Utilizing fresh ingredients, chefs at this West Village Thai spot cook up traditional dishes for an eclectic crowd.
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