orange is the new black, OITNB, season 4, prison food, Litchfield Penitentiary CafeteriaThe phrase "gourmet prison food" may sound like an oxymoron, but a new "Orange Is the New Black"-themed pop-up restaurant is aiming to give fans of the Netflix series just that.

The Litchfield Penitentiary Cafeteria, which will be open for business on June 16 and June 17 at the OverEasy diner in Singapore, is set to serve a not-exactly-appetizing-sounding menu including gruel and Nutraloaf (described by People as "a controversial U.S. prison food that is usually rice or oatmeal-based and is often served as punishment for inmate misbehavior"). But like the complicated characters on "Orange," the food isn't exactly what it seems.

The Nutraloaf, for instance, will be made of "mushrooms, cheddar, quinoa, pumpkin, and nori," explained chef Bjorn Shen in an interview with Mashable. And the gruel will be a dessert concoction including ingredients like "white chocolate-coconut pudding with almond crumble." Food will be issued on prison-style plastic trays; utensils may or may not be permitted, depending on guest behavior.

"Come meet your fellow inmates, wait in line and stay hydrated with a tall plastic cup of our refreshing house beverage: water," the cafeteria's website says. "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."

You don't have to tell us twice. More details about the Litchfield Penitentiary Cafeteria are available here.

Season four of "Orange Is the New Black" debuts on Netflix on Friday.

[via: People, Mashable, Chope]

Photo credit: JoJo Whilden/Netflix

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