In Quantum of Solace, a list of three items is painted on the wall outside a Bolivian bar: arbejas (peas), porotos (cranberry or borlotti beans) and lentejas (lentils).
What does the detective Achille Aubergene eat in the Eiffel Tower's famous Jules Verne restaurant in A View To A Kill?
How does James Bond celebrate Christmas? Ian Fleming’s novels contain few clues. Just one adventure – On Her Majesty’s Secret Service – has events coinciding with the festive period.
The restaurant's closed when James Bond and Ebbie Heritage arrive at the Newpark Hotel in Kilkenny in John Gardner's No Deals, Mr Bond, but luckily the chef's still around and is able to knock up escalope Holstein, french fries, a green salad and a fruit salad for the hungry couple.
James Bond is very particular about his salad dressings. In Moonraker, he pops down to the officers' canteen and mixes a dressing of his own concoction to go with the salad he's ordered.
I'm not usually one for Halloween, but this year I decided to join in the spooky celebrations - albeit with a Bondian twist.
The ragout that James Bond finds so delicious in From Russia, With Love is a simple rustic dish served in a gypsy camp on the outskirts of Istanbul.
In the film of On Her Majesty's Secret Service, James Bond sits down to dinner with twelve 'gorgeous girls', unwitting agents of Blofeld's scheme to infect the world's crops and livestock with a deadly virus. What do Blofeld's 'angels of death' eat?
A quick plug for the '100 Days of 007 Trivia Challenge', a special quiz series created by the team at the 'The 00 Files' podcast.
Borscht, the famous Eastern European beetroot-based soup, has the distinction of being mentioned in two James Bond films: The Living Daylights and GoldenEye.