kung malapit ako sa binondo before dark, i would always pass at Sincerity (Cavajal Street) and order
their decades-famous fried chicken. the meat is so tender and it's been soaked to a secret mix before cooking.
their menu items are probably cooked in the old Fookien way, or at least as i remember the tastes.
(OT) their oyster cake is hardly a pulutan but i would recommend you to order it as well kung nandun ka na rin lang.
again, what's delicious for me may turn out to be a no-no for the angel. ok lang, mas marami akong makakain. hehehe.
anyway, if i'm not in the binondo vicinity pwede na rin ang in-house chicken ng club.
If ever I get to be in the Binondo area (especially on sundays) ..... one of my favorite dishes to bring to the KTV clubs afterwards are those Kikiam type thingys one can buy at Shin Tong Yong (if Im not mistaken, its along Salazar St.) Those "kikiam" make great pulutan and some angels will order rice to use those as viands.
If you know your angel is of the adventurous type (when it comes to food) .... one can always buy some fried froglegs or steamed eel with tausi in Ying Ying teahouse.