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Bangkok Pinto Is Open in the South End

The new Thai place opened across from Northeastern.

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Bangkok Pinto logo
Bangkok Pinto logo

There's a new kid in town: a Thai restaurant called Bangkok Pinto is now open at 1041 Tremont St., a space that was previously home to Super Fry, and before that, Kennedy Fried Chicken.

Though "pinto" brings to mind more bean-related images than anything else, it is actually the name for a bucket-like vessel (or a stackable lunchbox, if you will) used to carry meals that are "specially prepared" and cooked at home, according to Bangkok Pinto's website.

Bangkok Pinto's extensive menu includes starters like dumplings, gyoza, and assorted spring rolls, along with fried rice, curry, and seafood dishes. The noodle dishes range from pad see you and rad na to drunken noodles and noodle soups. There are also salads, along with a collection of specials, including tamarind duck, jungle beef, superior duck, and a crispy chicken dish called keaw wan gai grob.

The restaurant is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., with lunch served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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