Lobster salad is among the lunchtime buffet dishes about which James Bond fantasises while pursuing Scaramanga through a mangrove swamp in Jamaica in The Man with the Golden Gun.
What do American gangsters eat? Spaghetti, according to James Bond in Diamonds are Forever. Felix Leiter thinks so too
The James Bond novels don’t just offer fine dining; there's snacking too, and doughnuts are such an example.
James Bond knows a thing or two about conchs. For one thing, they're reputed to be an aphrodisiac. For another, island people have conch chowder on their wedding night.
Luxiuriating in his St Regis hotel room in New York in Live and Let Die, James Bond's thoughts turn cheerfully to what he's missing back in London - bitter weather, a cold office and a 'giant toad and two veg' in the local boozer.
The sandwich, that humble lunchtime stable, appears with surprising frequency in the James Bond adventures.
While Kerim Bey tucks into steak tartare in Istanbul's Spice Bazaar, James Bond enjoys a doner kebab