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.
Roast suckling pig is mentioned twice in the James Bond novels. This recipe is inspired by an original Jamaican recipe dating to 1965, the year that The Man with the Golden Gun was published.
You Only Live Twice (1964) sees James Bond embedded in a Japanese fishing village. Bond's food here is simple home-cooked fare, with bean curd and rice being the staple diet.
While ordering dinner at his club, Blades, in Moonraker (1955), M is persuaded by the head steward to have a marrow bone after his dessert of strawberries.
James Bond enjoys a plate of soft-shell crabs, served with tartare sauce, in Live and Let Die, not long after arriving in New York and checking into the St Regis Hotel.
In Live and Let Die, James Bond orders a breakfast of pineapple juice (double), cornflakes and cream, shirred eggs with bacon, a double espresso, and toast and marmalade.