Among Park Street’s surviving heritage eateries, Mocambo is easily the most popular, recent complaints of decaying standards notwithstanding. 60 years on, the restaurant continues to do brisk business in their perennial bestsellers - prawn cocktail, devilled crabs and Chateaubriand beef steaks. Not much has changed in terms of its vintage décor - the red vinyl sofas with matching silk lampshades that hang over the tables, the murals on the walls and the heavy Persian carpets remain intact. The menu comprises the city’s trademark Continental classics, mostly imports of the Raj era. A must try here is the fish á la Diana – a thick fillet of bekti stuffed with prawns and cooked in a cream sauce. Or, throw caution to the wind and order for their chicken á la kiev, an enormous crumb-fried chicken cutlet stuffed with butter that gushes out the moment your knife cuts into the meat.