We are treated to the rare sight of James Bond ordering dinner on screen in For Your Eyes Only. Dining with Kristatos at the casino in Corfu, he orders preveza prawns, savara salad and bourdeto.
In Thunderball (1961), before Commander Pedersen tucks into his slice of apple pie onboard the US Navy's submarine, the Manta, he enjoys a meal of Virginia ham with red-eye gravy.
Unlike James Bond, Commander Pedersen of the Manta, as featured in Thunderball, has a great appetite.
Something's not quite right about the quiche de cabinet that James Bond (Roger Moore) cooks in Stacey Sutton's kitchen in A View to a Kill.
As we approach Christmas, what better way to get into the spirit of the season than to watch On Her Majesty's Secret Service, accompanied by a glass of eggnog.
In the novelisation of Licence to Kill, we learn something about James - he is rather partial to Key lime pie, regarding the dish as a wonderful palate cleanser.
Having narrowly escaped death on the beach near Dover, James Bond and Gala Brand head to a hotel for a restorative bite to eat, including fried soles.