This over-a-century-old Irani cafe converted into a pub is particularly popular with tourists and the ground floor is usually overrun by foreigners. Leo's, as it is known, shot into international fame with Gregory Robert's book, Shantaram. You can spend hours over pitchers of beers once you get a table, but that is not easy. The food isn't spectacular but the beef chilli fry with fried rice is a popular option. There is a smaller, dimly-lit, air-conditioned upstairs section.