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Here's what it's like at Netflix's Litchfield Penitentiary Cafeteria

Cold metal chairs and mean guards. That's what you'll find at this pop-up cafeteria in Singapore promoting the upcoming season of "Orange is the New Black."

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I don't know about you, but I never want to go to prison. However, if you're a fan of Netflix series "Orange is the New Black," you might make an exception and visit the Litchfield Penitentiary Cafeteria in Singapore.

With the next season of the show set to premiere on June 17 globally, Netflix has chosen Singapore to set up a prison-themed pop-up restaurant for two days. It may seem like a surprising location, but Netflix says "Orange is the New Black" is popular in Singapore, and residents are crazy bingers. Singaporeans apparently take three days to finish a series compared to the four day average.

Besides being hounded by mean in-character guards and grumpy service staff dressed as inmates, you'll also get to sit on cold metal chairs and eat a better tasting version of nutraloaf, a food typically served in US prisons to misbehaving inmates. Check out the video or click through the gallery to get the full experience.