The Nosh Wire: 02.05.18

Crab balls at Sun Sing Pastry Dim Sum. Photo: rocor/Flickr

Watch: Lithuanian dumplings made by hand at Mama Papa Lithuania in Alameda (Nosh)
New Puerto Rican restaurant La Perla to debut with fundraiser for relief efforts (East Bay Express)
Four Barrel Coffee drops Tide rebrand, will depart Jack London Square (Hoodline)
Celebrity Chefs Recipes: Tanya Holland’s vegetarian dirty rice (KQED)
Cheap Eats: Gott’s Roadside (Diablo)
Himalayan Curry House, featuring Nepalese, Indian cuisine, opens in Montclair Village (East Bay Times)
3 great Bay Area spots for Korean fried chicken (East Bay Times)