I was working a trade show in Chicago for one of the computer trade papers some years back and one of the other journalists invited a number of us out for the evening. We wound up at a sushi place having freshly killed raw lobster. (The tentacles were still moving.) I think I prefer cooked lobster, though.
Supposedly ceviche shrimp is safer to eat, but I don’t eat shrimp because it sometimes bothers me.
When we were in Hawaii we ate at a sushi place where the plates come past you on a conveyor belt and you grab what you want, though you can also order specific dishes if you don’t see them. The biggest challenge was trying to identify something as it moved past you. The color of the plate tells you how much that one costs, ranging from $1.99 to $7.99 or so. They figure the bill by counting the used plates.
The quality was excellent, and they had a lot of cooked fish dishes as well as raw fish ones, so my wife (who like several of you won’t eat raw fish) found plenty to eat. Dinner for the 5 of us ran under $100.