Pinto Thai Restaurant By Six Sense, Kensington

Pinto Thai Restaurant By Six Sense

I was asked by my Rotary ladies group to choose and organise the venue for this month’s dinner, they must think I eat out a lot and know lots of good places!

Easy choice, I booked Pinto Thai Restaurant By Six Sense in Kensington as it’s local for most of us, it’s always great food, friendly service and it’s BYO.

I organised for us to have a banquet as it’s easier than everyone faffing around perusing the menu when there’s chatting and wine drinking to be cracking along with.

Our starters were the Thai fish cakes fragrant with curry paste, coriander and lime, and the deliciously crispy spring rolls.

Pinto Thai Restaurant By Six Sense

Pinto Thai Restaurant By Six Sense

The mains were duck red curry, pad Thai, green chicken curry, crispy squid, fried rice and stir fried ginger beef, along with oodles of steamed rice.

Pinto Thai Restaurant By Six Sense

There was SO much food! It just seemed to keep coming and we were running out of room on the table!

Pinto Thai Restaurant By Six Sense

The duck here is my absolute favourite dish with the green chicken curry a close second.

Pinto Thai Restaurant By Six Sense

Everything is freshly cooked with quality produce, beautifully presented and we were all very happy (and full) little bunnies.

Pinto Thai Restaurant By Six Sense

My photos do the food no justice as I was trying to be quick as everyone was keen to tuck in.

The banquet was $30 per person and this included the corkage charge.

I can’t recommend Pinto Thai highly enough, best to book though as it’s only a little place and can get very busy.

Pinto Thai Restaurant By Six Sense

2 Moresby Street Kensington
6151 WA

About Jane Florence

Jane Florence was born and bred in the North West of England but has since moved around considerably.
She loves new cultures and languages and has lived in California, Copenhagen, where she met her Scottish husband, Spain, Norway, Scotland and Indonesia.
When living in Jakarta, Jane and her family enjoyed several holidays in Perth to visit friends, and thirteen years ago decided to move with the family permanently to this beautiful country.
Since coming to Perth, Jane has worked in retail but decided that life was too short and gave it up for more time to pursue other activities.
Swimming, reading, Zumba, dog walking, travel, cooking for her family, theatre and dining out are some of her passions and she’s constantly on the lookout for new and interesting places to dine.
No plans to move again, but who knows!?

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