Pip discribes Jaggers’s dining room as having a dumb waiter loaded with drinks and fruit and a small law library where Jaggers can bring work home. (Nothing as unusal or ornamental as at Wemmick’s place.)
Of all three of Pip’s friends, Drummle is the one that Jaggers is the most interested in. (This baffles Pip as he does not particularly like Drummle.) The tall, lithe housekeeper come in with the first dish. Jaggers does most of the serving himself from the dumb waiter.