James Bond realises there's something fishy about the waiters serving dinner onboard the ocean liner at the conclusion of Diamonds Are Forever when one of the waiters, Mr Wint, fails to recognise that the Château Mouton Rothschild he presents to Bond is a claret.
One of the more puzzling dishes offered to James Bond by Messrs Wint and Kidd on board the cruise ship at the end of Diamonds Are Forever is salade utopia.
When it comes to a choice between Russian caviar and Peking duck, James Bond doesn't have a preference. As he tells his female companion at the start of You Only Live Twice (1967), he loves them both.
We occasionally see James Bond pick up a restaurant menu in the films, but we are almost never permitted to see what's on it. An exception is Thunderball (1965), where, at the Café Martinique in Nassau, the camera lingers on the menu as Bond orders Beluga caviar.