G'day mates! On this episode of Worth It, we traveled all the way to Australia to continue our food adventure.
Different continent, but same rules. We tried three different shellfish at three different price points to see which one was the most Worth It.
Our first stop was Doyle's Oyster Bar at Sydney Fish Market.
Here, we got freshly caught oysters for $3, and, gosh, did it taste good.
Andrew admitted that he did NOT like oysters; however, when he slurped the Tuross Lake oysters his life changed forever.
The next stop was Cirrus in Barangaroo, Australia, where we tried another form of shellfish.
Marron, like the crawfish, was caught locally and served at a price of $42.
The dish was so heavenly that the temptation to finish it all, without sharing a bite with Adam, was almost too strong.
The next and final stop was Silks at Crown Entertainment Complex in Southbank, Melbourne to experience a deep-dived delicacy.
Here, we would have a sous-vide cooked $311 abalone topped with mushroom, boy choy, and gold.
Wow. Wow. And wow. Those were the words that came out of our mouths while we indulged in this delicacy.
Was it our Worth it winner? Well it seemed unanimous that the winner for this seafood episode would go to Circcus for their marvelous marron.
Doyle's Oyster Bar at $3Via BuzzFeed VideoCirrus at $42Via BuzzFeed VideoSilks at $311Via BuzzFeed Video
We Tried $3 Seafood Vs. $311 Seafood To See Which Was Worth It
vote votesDoyle's Oyster Bar at $3
vote votesCirrus at $42
vote votesSilks at $311