There are tons of restaurants and just like the variety of dishes they prepare, their prices vary as well. Typically, expensive pasta dishes use pricey ingredients like caviar or white truffles which can fetch as much as $2,000 dollars a pound but is it worth it?
On taste and worth it level, how does an $8 dollar plate of pasta compared to a $100 plate of pasta, and what sets them apart? Steven and Andrew from BuzzFeed’s Worth It wanted to find out so they sampled pasta dishes from three restaurants in Los Angeles. Which restaurant had the best pasta on Worth It? Watch and see how they chose!
$8 Pasta Vs. $100 Pasta on Worth It. Watch to find out who wins…
Personally, I wasn’t surprised that Steven and Andrew of ‘Worth It’ chose Pasta Sisters because family-owned restaurants generally have delicious homemade food at terrific prices.
Here are some of our favorite YouTube comments from this video, “$8 Pasta Vs. $100 Pasta” by Worth It BuzzFeedVideo:
- “I can’t believe how much effort is put in the 8 dollar pasta.” – RoachCSGO
- “$8 pasta people: yes we make our pasta fresh right over there in that kitchen. its made with love and also this fancy ingredient. Steven and Andrew: wow yum. Steven and Andrew: So is the pasta made here? $100 pasta people: lmao no???? Who do u think we are lol. Steven and Andrew: So y is it so expensive $100 pasta people: Idk truffle may be and there’s this cool Lil fire trick we do also.” – Emma Narine
- “Is nobody gonna talk about how Ryan and Shane are just casually going out of that elevator ready to confront a ghost.” – unknowndoge lel
- “I watched this again because of the lasagna episode.” – Ray Lacsina
- “The ‘high price’ one actually looked the cheapest to me.” – Sietske Visser
- “100 dollars for a pasta that isn’t made in house…no thank you…I’d rather go to pasta sisters.” – Megan A
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