A TASTE OF PRISON FOOD
SIX REINFORCED STEEL DOORS STAND between the outside world and the Clink, a restaurant located inside Her Majesty’s High Down Prison, Surrey. Diners are stripped of their mobile phones and tobacco products, and whisked through an airless waiting room filled with swaggering “screws,” who clank keys and slam doors. Inside lies a slick restaurant with chromotherapy mood lighting, polished black granite surfaces, and gray wool upholstered chairs that wouldn’t be out of place in a West End eatery. Only the plastic cutlery gives the game away—as well as the fact that all of the chefs face special restrictions on the usage of the knives. It looks like a West End eatery, but the plastic cutlery suggests otherwise.
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