In this photograph taken on February 17, 2014, Indian customers wait as an employeeas an employee packs bun maska - butter buns at the B. Merwan & Co. Irani cafe in Mumbai. In their heyday, the street-corner, high-ceilinged Irani cafes served businessmen, labourers and prostitutes alike with their omelettes, cardamom-spiced mawa cakes and the 'brun maska' bread-and-butter rolls. Today fewer than 30 of them remain in India's financial capital as they struggle with competition from modern chains, high real estate prices and the reluctance of younger family members to continue in the café tradition. AFP PHOTO/INDRANIL MUKHERJEE        (Photo credit should read INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty Images)