Blow Café, located on one end of Church Street, and with a distinctive décor, is divided into 2 spaces, with the upstairs being the space to hit if you are interested in smoking hookah, while the downstairs is a smaller space with half a dozen chairs and tables. The upstairs has chintzy, flowery arm-chairs placed at tables where the predominant feature is the hookah apparatus, and framed artwork and photos on the walls. Unless 'Hookah / Sheeshah' is on your mind, there is not much to recommend at Blow Café. By way of food, the offerings are mediocre at best, with dishes tending to be oily and spicy. Blow Café is best suited for a light snack and not a proper meal. The juices, milkshakes, smoothies and frappes, served in cute old-fashioned glass milk bottles with a straw stuck through a hole in the cap, are average, with the coffee ones being strong. There is an entire section of hot teas and coffee drinks, and a half a dozen Granitas and Italian Sparking drinks too. Service is clueless and lackadaisical. A range of 'Maggi' noodles options, steaks, burgers, sandwiches, subs, wraps, salads and starters across meats and vegetarian dishes are on the menu. They also have a section of Pan-Asian combo meals with 'Thai Curry' and Chinese dishes.