For two days only, Netflix is transforming Singapore diner OverEasy into Litchfield Penitentiary Cafeteria, an Orange Is the New Black-themed pop-up, on June 16 and 17. The pop-up comes just in time for the start of the show’s fourth season, which will begin streaming on June 17, reports SFGate.
The menu, created by Singaporean chef Bjorn Shen features his unique take on prison dishes such as nutraloaf and gruel. Shen’s Nutraloaf is a mushroom, Cheddar, and nori cake with white truffle oil; and the gruel is a white chocolate and coconut rice pudding with fruit and almond crumble.
The event page reads, “Get your complimentary fill of Litchfield grub for the very first time in Singapore. Come meet your fellow inmates, wait in line and stay hydrated with a tall plastic cup of our refreshing house beverage: water. The lunch-mates you'll make here can make or break your stay, so choose your seat wisely. Oh, and don't eat the pudding.”
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