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Pinto Thai Eatery

1295 Logan Road, Mount Gravatt East, Brisbane, 4122, MOUNT GRAVATT, Australia

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Located at 1295 Logan Road, Mount Gravatt East, Brisbane, 4122, MOUNT GRAVATT, Australia, Pinto Thai Eatery offers a dining experience like no other. Our 4.3 rating and 381 reviews are a testament to the scrumptious journey that awaits you in our menu. Treat yourself to a flavorful dining experience! Pinto Thai Eatery dining spot offers a tantalizing menu featuring a diverse array of appetizing choices. Dial +61733495530 to order food for delivery and savor the flavors at home.


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Mr. Santino Bartell
Mr. Santino Bartell

There is not really a lot unique to say about Pinto Thai in setting the mood. Wherever you are in Australia, there is bound to be one or more local Thai places close by - sometimes within walking distance. Well, walking is a bit of an ask here, even in the adjacent streets, being on a busy main road and all. Anyways, this is one place that I have known about, and have gone past on so many occasions. With it being new and everything, plus one of the locales, it is without question that I give it a go. It was time again for watching another PPV on the WWE Network, we are talking about Tables, Ladders, and Chairs this time - what a night it will be! As per tradition, I went back to Menulog to get some deliver to have while watching it. A lot of the time, it seemed to be Indian to default to - and with no disrespect to that cuisine, a bit of a mix-up seemed like a good idea. For that reason, I thought that some Thai would be good - and it is basically the next best takeaway as well. So, on to MenuLog and logging in the order then paying, all that was left was to wait. Coming to think about it after so many times, I will give benefit of the doubt with delivery service. Sometimes they must get caught in traffic, and that is always a big bummer for anyone in that situation. Since this is on a main road, and it was a pretty busy time that I logged in, I will give them a bit of slack for some overtime. Fashionably late is sometimes the way to go. Needless to say, dropping it off was possibly the quickest that it has been yet. This is a Thai place, so for anyone moderately familiar with Thai restaurants there will be no surprises for what is on the menu. That means all the usual curries, the usual noodle dishes (and then some), and all the wok-fried dishes often coming with the choice of meat. Additionally, they have salads, a few grilled meals, and plenty of seafood options. Add onto that the entrees, side dishes and some nibblings then what you have yourself is a fairly solid and complete Thai menu. To whet the appetite, the first order of business was some starters. I got curry puff and crispy chicken wings. The curry puffs were decent, where the filling was soft and hot, a combination of beef and potato. It was covered with a soft, and robust pastry shell. Better yet were the crispy chicken wings. It had the best combination when ordering chicken wings, and that was having the meat be tender and juicy and the skin being super crispy. The skin was infused with what tasted like salt and pepper, which made it even tastier. Like most chicken wings, I could easily eat a whole plate of these and then some. After some good starters to the meal, it was on to some great mains. First up was a noodle dish, in which I selected "drunken noodles" with pork as the meat. This dish was really well done, with rice noodles that were cooked fantastically and quickly then mixed with a fresh and aromatic selection of vegetables and spices - there was onion, capsicum, garlic, chilli, plenty of peppercorns throughout (you can miss them) and all sorts of beans. By only using some basic ingredients, it made for a dynamic and wholesome meal. Of course, the meat was tender and mixed into the noodles quite well. So far, so good. The next dish was the classic curry beef masamum, which was requested at medium heat. This is coming from someone who does like it spicy, and will often order something maybe a bit too hot from time to time. At many an Indian, or Thai, or any place having curry really, do I often default to the medium heat. From so many years of having anything from around that part of the world as a major part of my diet, medium has more or less become the new mild to me (and mild simply tastes bland now). All of this is needed to be said, because upon this time around the curry sauce had some real heat to it. I was not quite panting for water (though drinking a bit still helped), but I could definitely feel the sweats occurring from such a hot curry. Outside of the heat, this was a fantastic version of the dish. The beef was super tender and had a wonderful flavour, plus the potatoes were soft and fluffy. Those potatoes and beef were infused in a fantastic gravy that was deep with flavour that had plenty of peanuts through it, and along with describing the aforementioned level of spice, it simply was tasty and thick. My mum would be proud that I ended up getting this beauty. And for one last addition as a meal, I got the salt and pepper squid. This is one of those items which are very reliable - often, without much conscious thought, it gets ordered by default and is very close to always being a sure-fire winner. Salt and pepper squid, whether as a pub snack, or gotten in a Chinese restaurant, or anyplace else, is often really tasty, has a sharp bite from the pepper and is moreish in texture and taste. There was that here, and add on a good mixture of onion, chilli, capsicum and garlic chopped up and mixed in with the salt and pepper. All that made for a good dry seasoning, plus you cannot argue with the size of the serving. Almost by compulsion, when getting a curry I can't not have it without getting some sort of bread to dip it in. That is almost as ingrained in my head as "coffee to cake". The bread is more in place here than rice. For that reason, with getting a curry, immediately afterwards a roti was ordered in conjunction with the rest of the meal. There was definitely something a bit different about this take on the roit, which honestly almost reminded me of Texas toast. It was cooked well, definitely kept the flaky texture in tact between the crispy outside. On an aside, it was not quite as buttery as most offerings would be - which is a case of preference, as I do quite like a bit of the buttery residue from naan and such. And with that, that was a good and successful takeaway selection. Not much more is able to be said about Thai Pinto. It is another local Thai place, it does some decent food, and it matched the necessity to be reliable, good value and with no dish being out of place. You can never really go wrong with it, though once in a while there is one which stands above the crowd and Pinto Thai was one of these examples. TL;DR: Basically, this is great Thai food. Nothing too much outside the norm is offered, and as the fallback option that it is these days, all the favourites are there and it should prove to be a crowd-pleaser. I have said before in a review quite some time back that rarely is a Thai meal outright bad, though some are certainly better than others. Occasionally though, something like this pops up which really hits all the spots and is a fair deal better than most of its brethren. Well, Pinto Thai is an example of that level of quality and is on the shortlist for a fallback option at short order.

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Reviews

Philip Morar DVM
Philip Morar DVM

Quaint little Thai restaurant with a neatly written menu and a wide selection of dishes. Ordered the chicken pad thai and it was quite authentic. Dinner service was prompt. A little too sweet for my liking but still quite pleasant. Their beef massaman curry has a good balance of flavour. Saw their $10 lunch deal, will definitely come back for that.


Elva Macejkovic DDS
Elva Macejkovic DDS

Pinto Thai is a small eatery beside Logan road. The simple modern design and bistro vibe made this establishment a lunchtime fav for Mrs Tomcat. Their mid day offerings are good but how about evening selections? With that in mind we made our way for weekday dinner. We were warmly greeted by manageress Kate and taken to our table. After reviewing their well thought out menu, we ordered: mixed entrees, tom yum soup, beef massamun and tamarind whole barramundi. Mixed entree arrived within 10min and consist four tastings: chicken satay sticks, veg spring rolls, coconut prawns and fish cakes. The plate of goodies were complemented with four dipping sauce and adds an element of fun to start this meal. The chicken satay sticks were soft and moist and paired perfectly with the peanut based dipping sauce. Veggie spring roll was crispy with plenty of shredded fillings. The coconut prawns, fragrant & crunchy and paired well with sweet mustard sauce. In house made fishcakes presents a mild fishy taste with a chewy texture (in a good way). As an overall package, its a well deserved 4/5 Tom yum soup arrived next with Thai prawns, mushrooms and lemongrass. First sip and my palate was hit by a perfectly balanced sweet, sour and spicy flavours with big lemongrass. The soup was thick and near creamy which is a more preferred texture for a cold winter night. A small let down was the over cooked prawns. 3.5/5 Beef massamun consists large chunks of slow cooked beef and potatoes in a creamy brown curry sauce. The dish showed an appetising beefy, coconut, cinnamon and mixed spice scent which made my mouth water. A taste of the beef put a smile on my face. The meat was buttery soft and paired perfectly with massamun curry sauce. Paired with perfectly cooked jasmine rice, my palate was taken to comfort food territory. This is the best tasting beef massamun I have ever had in Queensland. Bravo! 4.5/5 With my spirits high, the tamarind barramundi made a grand entrance. The artfully plated dish contains a whole deep fried barramundi skeleton with stir fried fish fillets and chopped veggies all drizzled with a sweet and sour tamarind sauce. The fish fillets was perfectly cooked and retained the moisture and flavour you would expect from a fresh piece of fish. The tamarind sauce was well seasoned with good sweet and sour balance. 4/5 Overall service was very friendly and attentive. Manageress Kate was able to recommend dishes based on preferred tastes and showed true passion & knowledge towards Thai cuisine. The friendly staff and genuine Thai hospitality made the dining experience a very enjoyable one. 5/5 Hint: Beef massamun comes highly recommended. Their $10-$15 lunch special is a true bargain and average 4/5.


Alba Marks
Alba Marks

Pinto Thai is a small eatery beside Logan road. The simple modern design and bistro vibe made this establishment a lunchtime fav for Mrs Tomcat. Their mid day offerings are good but how about evening selections? With that in mind we made our way for weekday dinner. We were warmly greeted by manageress Kate and taken to our table. After reviewing their well thought out menu, we ordered: mixed entrees, tom yum soup, beef massamun and tamarind whole barramundi. Mixed entree arrived within 10min and consist four tastings: chicken satay sticks, veg spring rolls, coconut prawns and fish cakes. The plate of goodies were complemented with four dipping sauce and adds an element of fun to start this meal. The chicken satay sticks were soft and moist and paired perfectly with the peanut based dipping sauce. Veggie spring roll was crispy with plenty of shredded fillings. The coconut prawns, fragrant & crunchy and paired well with sweet mustard sauce. In house made fishcakes... read more


Barrett Stracke
Barrett Stracke

Stopped by here for lunch. They have  great lunchtime deals for $10. We ordered the stir fried vegetables & another friend had the pork with veg. Generous servings of tasty spicy food, with a mound of jasmine rice each. What we all enjoyed was the street food appeal of the dishes & the service was delightful. Oh & loved the pretty decorations & fairy lights


Hazle Gutmann
Hazle Gutmann

Great food and great service, definitely a happy place to visit!!! Recommend you book on Friday and Saturday nights to avoid disappointment !!


Will Jacobs
Will Jacobs

There is not really a lot unique to say about Pinto Thai in setting the mood. Wherever you are in Australia, there is bound to be one or more local Thai places close by - sometimes within walking distance. Well, walking is a bit of an ask here, even in the adjacent streets, being on a busy main road and all. Anyways, this is one place that I have known about, and have gone past on so many occasions. With it being new and everything, plus one of the locales, it is without question that I give it a go. It was time again for watching another PPV on the WWE Network, we are talking about Tables, Ladders, and Chairs this time - what a night it will be! As per tradition, I went back to Menulog to get some deliver to have while watching it. A lot of the time, it seemed to be Indian to default to - and with no disrespect to that cuisine, a bit of a mix-up seemed like a good idea. For that reason, I thought that some Thai would be good - and it is basically the next best... read more


Dr. Steve Lockman
Dr. Steve Lockman

We celebrated my in-law's anniversary at VeniceRight away, I knew this was most likely going to be our location.

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