New York's St Regis Hotel plays a small role in James Bond's adventures. Ian Fleming's choice of hotel may not have entirely random.
In the novel of Goldfinger, James Bond and Jill Masterton enjoy a trip from Miami to New York. For sustenance, they have Champagne and caviar sandwiches. In the film adaptation, dinner is again provided, but this time it's a little more balanced.
In the 1950s, the hamburger was sufficiently exotic for visitors to the USA for Ian Fleming to include it in James Bond's quintessentially American meal at New York's St Regis Hotel in Live and Let Die.
Disneyland Paris is perhaps the most improbable location that the literary James Bond has ever visited. But in 1993, just a year after the park was opened, John Gardner sent Bond there in his novel Never Send Flowers.
Deciding on dinner following his marathon drive through France and into Switzerland in pursuit of Goldfinger, James Bond opts for choucroute at the Bavaria brasserie.
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.