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Cook - Breakfast & Lunch in St.Paul, MN


Your new favorite restaurant in the Twin Cities.

M-F 6:30am-2pm / Sat-Sun 7am-3pm

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Cook - Breakfast & Lunch in St.Paul, MN


Your new favorite restaurant in the Twin Cities.

M-F 6:30am-2pm / Sat-Sun 7am-3pm

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American-Style Diner

Our restaurant, like our food, is designed to keep things fresh and local.  We make our dishes in house from locally sourced ingredients. 

The goal at Cook is to bring a range of traditional American Breakfast and Lunch diner foods like cinnamon rolls, french toast, omelettes, burgers, sandwiches, salads and more to the highest level of quality. We also have a couple Korean  dishes if you want to try a little variety.

Come out and try our Breakfast or Lunch for yourself - we know you'll love it! 

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Locally Made & Sourced


If we don't make it in-house, we get it from someone local.

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Locally Made & Sourced


If we don't make it in-house, we get it from someone local.

Great Food,  Great Service, and everyone is welcome.  We here at Cook in St Paul, MN want everyone to be able to eat at our restaurant and know they had delicious food that was made with high quality ingredients, and had a great experience.  We value every one of our customers and want to prove that every time you come into our restaurant.

Our menu features made from scratch American Diner style food.  If we don’t make it in house, we get it from someone local. Check out our menu and come in and try our food for yourself.

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The Kitchen


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The Kitchen


Eddie Wu

OWNER

Eddie Wu grew up in So St Paul, MN.  He started working in restaurants washing dishes when he was 14 years old at Drover’s Inn in So St Paul.  From there he became a prep cook, a pantry cook, and a line cook.  After high school he joined the Marines for 5 years.  He got out of the Marines and went back to the service industry while attending college.  His Marine leadership and restaurant knowledge made it easy for him to transition to restaurant management.  He lived in Denver, CO of 6 years where he managed many different types of places from a food delivery service, a bar, a night club, to a corporate cafeteria.  In 2009 he moved back to St Paul to start his family.  Since he has been back in St Paul he did a 1 year apprenticeship at Sole Cafe in order to learn from the best Korean Chef in Minnesota.  He has taken his restaurant background and combined it with his love of Korean food to open up Cook St Paul with his lifelong friend (who just so happens to be a phenomenal Chef) Charles Cook.

 

 

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