It's probably hard to indulge in the goodness of fried food, guilt-free. But what if we told you that you could because these tasty treats come with fresh fruit sodas attached? You can get the whole deal to go in the most creative tray too at this Korean food spot in Seattle.

Chicglet in Emerald City's University District serves tasty Korean fare on weekdays between 11 a.m. and 10 p.m. They are also open on Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. 

We think it's our responsibility to make this PSA: Their classic menu will probably make you really hungry. 

With prices from $8 to $13, their tasty configurations range from appetizers like rice cake Gang Jeungs to the crispiest fried dumplings, fries, onion rings, and stuffed-mozzarella sticks. 

They have mouth-watering entrees too. You can get a boneless chicken or pork fried to perfection. They come in four different tastes that are either spicy, glazed with soy sauce, sprinkled with parsley parmesan or cheesy mozzarella.   

If you prefer wings instead, you can get those in sets of eight or 12. 

You can also pick your stash of vitamins — fresh fruit sodas in a variety of flavors like mango, blueberry, strawberry, or a heady concoction of all of them. 

All their food is gluten-free too. 

But here's the best part: If you opt for their $11 combo meal, it doesn't come in a boring paper bag. What you'll get instead is a handy invention that's reportedly shipped all the way from South Korea.

The tray of your chosen fried bites fit right onto the 24-ounce cup of juice. On one end, you'll find a straw to guzzle your drinks, and on the other, there's a slot to hang your fork from! 

Did you ever think fast food could get any easier? 

While you'll want to get your hands on Seattle's first food tray in drink combos asap, you'll also want to stay awhile — they have Insta-worthy walls with the cutest murals of chickens and piglets.

That's probably how they got their name Chicglet too!

There's only one way to find out. 


Price: 💸

Cuisine: Korean

Address: 4135 University Way NE., Seattle, WA

Why You Need To Go: You can get affordable & tasty Korean fast food in the most hassle-free combos.