Anthony Horowitz's third and final James Bond novel, With a Mind to Kill, takes our hero to Russia. This exciting, page-turner of a novel strips away much of the glamour we normally associate with Bond, and this includes the food,
James Bond's dinner with former British secret agent Madame Sixtine in Anthony Horowitz's second Bond novel, Forever and a Day, is a simple affair: grilled fish, salad, cheese and bread, all washed down with a bottle of the finest Puligny-Montrachet.
Dinner with the mysterious Jeopardy Lane at the Plaza Hotel in New York in Trigger Mortis comprises Caesar salad and grilled sole. Bond orders for both of them and decides to keep the meal simple, eschewing the dishes pretentiously named in French that are liable to be overcooked.
To earn his double-O status, James Bond must make two kills in the line of duty. The second takes place in Stockholm. What does Bond eat ahead of the deadly encounter? Filet mignon.