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

06/13/2016 at 01:14 PM ET

OINTB Pop up dinerJoJo Whilden/Netflix

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.

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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. prison food that is usually rice or oatmeal-based and is often served as punishment for inmate misbehavior.

“I’ve made this dish look and feel like a Nutraloaf, but taste much better,” Shen told Mashable. “Mine’s made of mushrooms, cheddar, quinoa, pumpkin and nori.”

The other dishes on the three-course menu include a corn appetizer (with jalapeño, cheese and lime) and “gruel” for dessert, which is a white chocolate-coconut pudding with almond crumble. To wash that all down, the diner’s website encourages you to “stay hydrated with a tall plastic cup of our refreshing house beverage: water.” Yum!

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The limited-time menu is a part of a marketing strategy to promote the 4th season of the popular Netflix show, which premieres this Friday, June 17. It joins a long list of recently-opened pop culture-themed restaurants and bars, including Saved by the Bell, Harry Potterand Seinfeld.

Shay Spence

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It’s either prison food or it’s not. High-end prison food is an oxymoron.

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