At breakfast with Brokenclaw in the eponymous 1990 novel by John Gardner, James Bond has a choice of bacon, sausage, eggs and kedgeree - everything, Brokenclaw reminds Bond, that you'd expect in an old English country house.
In Dr No, James Bond enjoy broiled lobster and rare steak with native vegetables. This recipe is inspired by one from the Sunday Gleaner published just days after Ian Fleming returned to London from carrying the first draft of Dr No.
If it's Wednesday, then steak and kidney pudding is on the menu in the Secret Service canteen. In The Man with the Golden Gun, this is the information that James Bond offers the Liaison Section to convince them of his identity.
We find out in On Her Majesty's Secret Service that James Bond stopped overnight at an auberge on the south bank of the Loire and was offered a 'sleazy provender', which included the fly-walk of the pâté maison.
Ice-cream and melted butterscotch is served as part of James Bond's first meal in the novel of Live and Let Die. Bond is generally happy, though is dubious about the butterscotch.
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