These 007 foods are either self-made by us or eaten in the restaurants. These foods can be seen in the James Bond movies, or they have been mentioned in the 007 books (except “007 Bond burger“, “007 Burger with French fries“, “007: Medium size popcorn and large drink” “Bollinger Spectre 007 – menu“,  “James Bond Menu”, “James Bond spaghetti” and “Porridge with honey”, which is Roger Moore related). Try them yourself, enjoy!

007 Bond burger

007 Burger with French fries

007: Medium size popcorn and large drink

A bowl of chile con queso and the enchiladas

A feast of fresh scrambled eggs, a plate of assorted fruit, and yoghurt

A lunch of rice, corn and beans

A meal of beans, rice, tortillas and fiery chillies

A pint of Jack Daniels and a double portion of eggs Benedict

A slice of pork pie
Pala lihapiirakkaa (in Finnish)

A tray of food and drink

Beans and cold tortillas

Beef Wellington, new potatoes, asparagus and beets

Black coffee and an omelette

Bollinger Spectre 007 – menu

Bond’s breakfast: Scrambled eggs and coffee

Bond’s dinner at Hotel Falcon in Thun, Switzerland

Bowls of oatmeal

Bowl of udon

Bowls of udon and hot broth mixed with fried soybean curd

Breakfast of Bond: Scrambled eggs, bacon, toast and marmalade

Breakfast of eggs and yogurt

Brunch with the kipper and kedgeree

Chicken curry with rice, served with bottled sparkling water

Chicken stew, a grey gummy pasty, a pile of old peas and watery cooked potatoes

Chipped plate with a wedge of pork pie, two slices of hard, dry bread and a lump of stale cheese on it

Chopped hard-boiled-eggs, with a cream and cheese sauce laced with English mustard

Club sandwich

Croissant, marmalade and coffee

Curry chicken in Indian style with a mouthful of red wine

Dhal bhati

Eggs, smoked salmon and coffee

Fine Japanese meal and Ginjo sake

Fish soup

Fish soup made with plenty of lemon-juice, and half a dozen each of the admirable little quail-sized birds

Fish stew, beans and rice

Fresh bread and goat cheese with red wine

Fried eggs and sausages

Greek salad with bread and cheese and Taittinger Champagne

Grouse and pink champagne

Half-rotten fruit and a sack of dry biscuits that had gone saggy

Huevos rancheros and tamales

“James Bond” Menu

“James Bond” spaghetti

Karelian hot pot / stew

Light breakfast of eggs and toast

Mixed green salad and quenelles de brochet fraîches à la crème d’étrilles

Oeufs Benedict and strawberries with Vodka Martini

Old chewy beef and watery potatoes as well as slimy pile of greyish beans

Onion bhajjis, Lamb Korma with Bombay potatoes, chapatis and a mix of relishes ranging from mango chutney to cucumber raita, finishing with plates of sticky sweet Jalebi

Pâté Maison, Oeufs Gloria and cheese tray

Patlican Kebabi

Pilchards, beans, tomatoes, peas, peaches, pear halves

Pork and sherry

Porridge with honey

Roast beef, new potatoes and fresh peas with white wine and coffee

Roasted chicken with steamed carrots, potatoes and spring greens with apple pie

Salad by P.J. Clark, cold pheasant, strawberries and cream with champagne

Salade Nicoise

Scrambled eggs “James Bond”

Scrambled eggs, orange juice and vanilla yogurt

Scrambled eggs with American hickory-smoked bacon, toast and coffee

Scrambled eggs with coffee

Scrambled eggs with tomato juice

Smoked herring, dark bread and coffee

Soup, black bread, tea and stew

Soup followed be spicy German sausage

Sushi breakfast

Tamales with hot Cuban bread, several glasses of rum

Traditional dhal bhat, a lentil soup over rice

Two cups of coffee, one egg and slices of toasts with Cooper’s Vintage marmalade

Two thick slices of wholewheat bread, with the finest butter and Tiptree Little Scarlet jam