Drive down Payne Avenue in St. Paul on any given Friday night and you'll likely find a line snaking out the door of tiny Cook St. Paul. It's not unheard of for hundreds of people to show up at one of the restaurant's uber popular dinner pop-ups. The menu and guest chefs change every week (find the latest information on the restaurant's Facebook page), and the pop-up theme ranges from Mediterranean feast to pizza night. Lately, it's been all about different Asian cuisines, including Vietnamese and Filipino, as well as Korean served up by owner Eddie Wu. Prices are surprisingly reasonable and the food is worth the wait. A recent takeover by Union Kitchen included an $8 crawfish banh mi and $12 Hmong fried rice with smoked pork belly; another Friday menu by Wu featured gochu chicken wings for $9 and bindaetteok, mung bean pancakes with spicy cabbage and seasoned pork, for just $6.