A collaboration between chef Yo Teerawong Nanthavatsiri, chef de cuisine Am Watcharaphan and interior designer Koby Songyoo, Pinto is where Brooklyn Heights returns to Thai tropical beach party. Styled like the vacation trip to Thailand beaches, here you can sip refreshing cocktails and enjoy the modern Thai cooking with fresh local ingredients without the frills. Pinto BKLYN is also a good place to host private parties, birthday, engagement, bridal or baby showers to make your special day memorable and fun.
Some of Our Favorites —
Thai Baked Egg
farm fresh baked egg with Thai sausage, seasonal chicken with toasted. This menu is inspired by Thai North East breakfast “KAI-KA-TA”
Crab Fried Rice in Young Coconut
jumbo lump crabmeat with farm fresh egg tossed jasmine rice baked in a young coconut. Pinto recipe since 2006. (as seen on ABC neighborhood Eats)
Northern Thai Yellow curry with braised chicken till tender. Pinto local homemade curry paste enhance coconut creamy curry with crispy egg noodle and house chili paste.
inspired by Thai street food snack, Chef Yo twisted and present it in pancake version with caramelized palm sugar with banana.
Spicy Chicken Salad
fried half chicken that brined over night with Thai herbs, with seasonal green salad, lemongrass, mint and cilantro. Thai people called “YUM-GAI-ZABB”
grass fed beef, potato bun, Vermont white cheddar, green papaya pickle, sunny up egg, cilantro, with tamarind ketchup
toasted challah bread with fresh berries and homemade coconut syrup. Chef Yo Signature recipe.
Lamb Massaman Curry
braised lamb shoulder with homemade massaman curry paste, pearl onion, fingerling potato. Pinto signature since 2006
Spicy Chicken Salad ยำไก่แซ่บ
Thai Baked Egg ไข่กะทะ
Steak & Eggs
Calamari Truffle Salad
Mommy needs a break... sometime
PINTO LUNCH BOX
Take out.. Please
128 Montague Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Mon - Thurs, 1130 am – 10 pm
Fri – Sat, 1130 am – 1030 pm
Break Hours 330 pm-5pm Everyday
Happy Hour Mon -Thurs 5pm-7pm (at the bar)
Strong Thai Fare.
“Pinto serves really strong Thai fare in a welcoming, subterranean space, fitting for a dinner out, but also well-suited to a spendier Seamless order.”
Pinto’s Chef Yo Is Ready For His Close-Up
“With this unique take on Thai food, straying from the usual, new menu items, Finally Pinto hit its stride.”
An Ambitious Thai Restaurant on Montague Street’s Middling Restaurant Row
“Brooklyn Heights’ wealth of prestige restaurants may remain grouped on Atlantic, but Pinto has provided a needed shot in the arm to Montague Street.”
His dream of directing was supplanted by food.
"Pinto refers to a kind of lunch box in Thai, kind of like a Japanese bento box. But the food served at Pinto is a little more gourmet than what you'd put in a lunch box. And most of his dishes have a bit of a theatrical twist."
Never Ever Disappoints
“This place never ever disappoints. The staff, the food, the ambiance are top notch. My forth time here and it's fantabulous like the very first time!!!! Do yourself a favor....EAT HERE.”