This New Orange Is the New Black Pop-Up Restaurant Will Serve High-End Prison Food - People.com

How far would you travel to eat prison food?

A restaurant in Singapore is testing out that question by turning your favorite show to binge watch into a place to binge eat. On June 16 and 17, Netflix will transform the OverEasy diner into Litchfield Penitentiary Cafeteria, serving up gourmet prison food on plastic trays.

Perhaps the most notable dish that executive chef Bjorn Shen will be using to fit the theme is a play on Nutraloaf — a controversial U.S. food prison that is usually rice or oatmeal-based and is often served as punishment for inmate misbehavior.

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Jun 13, 2016 2:52PM EDT

Lol ridiculous

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Jun 14, 2016 1:54PM EDT

Wow, how far will we as a society go to make money off a show? Isn't the cult like fanbase enough? LOL

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Jun 16, 2016 12:53AM EDT

If you pay a little extra, they can smuggle a shiv into your potatoe's

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