What's the difference between a $47 taco and a $1 taco? Not a lot, apparently. Having previously pitted Las Vegas's best burgers against each other in a taste test (see below), BuzzFeed's Steven and Andrew return to take on America's favorite Mexican food import.

Starting out in Vegas yet again, the pair chow down on a 1-bite $47 osetra caviar taco in a potato shell, filled with hamachi and topped with crème fraîche. "I think this is the closest thing to drugs I've ever eaten in my life," remarks a stunned Steven. But personally, we're skeptical as to whether this thing can really be considered a taco.

From there, the pair head off to the more affordable surroundings of LA, first stopping in at Guisados for some $2.75 stew-based shells, before winding up at Leo's taco truck — a local institution — for the famed $1.25 "al pastor" dish. The winner? Well, it's safe to say there's no loser. Like sex, even when tacos are bad, they're still good.

Watch the footage above, and watch the previous burger test below.

In other food news, there is proof that God exists as McDonald's gets set to roll out its Big Mac sauce.

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