Fish food is a surprising item on the list of Bond-related food, but it does make an appearance in a Bond film - The Spy Who Loved Me.
In the novel of The Spy Who Loved Me, Elvas plums are among the items that Vivienne Michel and her flatmate Susan Duff gather for the party they host at their tiny pad just off the King's Road.
There's no doubt about it: Tabasco Brand Pepper Sauce is the sauce of Bond villains.
In Christopher Wood's novelisation of The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), Bond discovers tins of cassoulet in a cupboard in a mountain hut in Chamonix. Unfortunately, he doesn't have a chance to sample any of them, as he is ambushed by some men who want to kill him.
Bacon and eggs have a significant place in the novel of The Spy Who Loved Me. The word 'bacon' appears nine times, while eggs, often in association with the bacon, are mentioned fourteen times. What's more, all the main character eat the items.
The James Bond novels don’t just offer fine dining; there's snacking too, and doughnuts are such an example.