James Bond's diet at Shrublands health farm, as described in Thunderball, includes a mug of vegetable soup. The soup may be something like the potassium broth that Bond learns about while reading Nature Cure Explained by Alan Moyle.
James Bond begins his meal at Ma Frazier's in Harlem during the events of Live and Let Die with some littleneck clams.
James Bond is treated to brizzola for lunch at Sardi's in New York during the events of Diamonds are Forever (1956). Brizzola in essence is a cut of beef that has been roasted then charcoal-grilled.
Breakfast for Quarrel in Dr No is saltfish and ackee and a tot of rum. James Bond thinks it's tough stuff to start one's day on, but for Quarrel, it's most refreshing.
In Thunderball, James Bond orders broiled chicken, disjointed and basted with creamery butter. Bond is disappointed with his lunch, but you can't go far wrong with this recipe.
The breakfast that James Bond tucks into in the novel Dr No is the closest he gets in the books to a 'full English'.
Rice and peas accompany the stuffed suckling-pig that James Bond imagines is being served at the Thunderbird hotel while he is hunting down Scaramanga in a mangrove swamp in the Jamaican-set The Man with the Golden Gun.