What does the detective Achille Aubergene eat in the Eiffel Tower's famous Jules Verne restaurant in A View To A Kill?
Borscht, the famous Eastern European beetroot-based soup, has the distinction of being mentioned in two James Bond films: The Living Daylights and GoldenEye.
In John Gardner’s Role of Honour, James Bond enjoys what is described as almost a banquet: a Lombardy soup, salmon mousse, venison cooked with berries, wine, ham and lemon, and, to finish, a soufflé.
James Bond's diet at Shrublands health farm, as described in Thunderball, includes a mug of vegetable soup. The soup may be something like the potassium broth that Bond learns about while reading Nature Cure Explained by Alan Moyle.