As 1Q1 has successfully completed one year in the city, they are celebrating their 1st anniversary alongside the Asian Street Food Festival that started on Wednesday, November 14 and will conclude on Sunday, December 2. The menu has been specially-curated by Chef Aditya Singh Bhadoria. They have a melange of stalls in the courtyard, where you can see your favourite delicacies prepared right in front of you. There are five live stations, which include the Baos from China, Takoyaki from Japan, Mi Goreng from Indonesia, Rice Paper Rolls from Vietnam, and a Grills station where you can get delectable Japanese, Thai, Korean, Vietnamese, and Cambodian cuisine. Coming to the food, there are a lot of options on this particular menu. There are different types of baos with mushrooms, tofu, chicken, pork, prawns, and duck. The Takoyaki comes in three options. There's mushroom, chicken, and octopus variant. (Yes, you read that right! They also have octopus on the menu too.) The Indonesian Mi Goreng is delicious and has four options - vegetables, chicken, prawns, and a mixed one. The Vietnamese Rice Paper Rolls are made very intricately and taste great. Oh, and they have a lot going on at their grills station, and it will leave you amazed. There's Chicken Yakitori, Fish Teriyaki (Japanese), Nam Prik Pao Chicken (Thai), Dal Galbi (Korean), Lemongrass Chicken Skewers (Vietnamese), Cambodian Fish, and a whole lot more. There are a few options on the drinks and desserts menu. But their regular menu has umpteen options as far as drinks and desserts are concerned. The Japanese cheesecake and the classic cheesecake with sour cherry coulis are the perfect way to end your meal.