007 Food: A ham and cheese sandwich with a dry martiniMay 17, 2021
Food: A ham and cheese sandwich with a dry martini
Bond book appearance: Solo (2013). Bond eats this kind of lunch at a diner in Washington D.C., USA.
Experience of 007 Travelers: Self-made
“Bond lunched on a ham and cheese sandwich in a diner, had a badly made dry martini in a bar and, curiosity getting the better of him, once again went into the lobby of 1075 and stood by the elevators wondering whether to chance a visit to the office itself. But if Denga was there, he’d be recognized, and – just so he could gain a sense of the lie of the land – he thought it might be more effective to disguise himself somehow, initially. There are disguises and disguises, Bond knew. He could grow a beard and shave his head and no one would think he was James Bond. But the short-term, provisional disguise had its own particular methodology. The key aim was to focus attention on one or two elements of the disguise so that they obscured the other, more familiar ones. Time for some more shopping, Bond thought.”
William Boyd: “Solo” (2013)
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