The Parisian cafe had an equivalent in early 20th Mumbai - the Irani cafe manned by doughty Zoroastrian immigrants from Persia who came to the city for a better life in the mid-19th century. Once upon a time, almost every street-corner in the city had one. A century later, these institutions are dying out with only a handful left. Experience the old-world charm of these cafes with a sampling of their staple fare and stories of the city's Zoroastrian immigrants in what was once their quarter in the city.
Milk and sugar
305, Hari Chambers, 58/64, Shahid Bhagat Singh Rd, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra