Where does the name PINTO THAI came from?

PINTO is the name of a Thai lunch box.

A collection of 3 metal or bamboo containers that are stacked and carried with a frame that holds them together.  PINTO boxes are used for lunch at work or school, or for other meals that are taken outside the home.

PINTO boxes have a very special place in Thai culture.  When we go to our temples, we usually offer food to the monks that live there.  These offerings are presented in PINTO boxes.

Pineapple Curry

Coconut milk, Tomatoes, pineapple, bell pepper, basil in red curry paste.


Pad Thai 

Pan fried thin rice noodles, egg, bean sprouts, green onions, ground peanuts.


Spicy Basil Fried Rice

Jasmine rice, egg, onions,bell pepper, basil in with spicy sauce.


Garlic and Black Pepper

Stir-fried fresh garlic, black pepper on a bed of fresh spinach, broccoli in a Thai special sauce.




Chef's Specialties

An excellent selection of Thai dishes with an intricate balance of competing and complementing flavors:  salty, sour, spicy and sweet dance together harmoniously, Fiery chilis are balanced by rich and soothing coconut milk; pungent and salty fish sauce gives a hint of delicious anchovy.  Aromatic herbs such as lemongrass, galangal and cilantro abound.  These wonderful array of flavors will delight our vegetarian patrons with choices like mock duck and tofu to suit your needs.​​

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