Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hi. So today we're in a very expensive restaurant in the Acosta Red Light District here in yoga called Come Out at All. How old This place specializes in live squid and other things from a C. And I think eating here is definitely not for the faint of heart. It's one of those foods that people don't go out and eat all the time. So it's not like people in Boca always eat live squid. But it's like, you know, for special occasions are like every once in a while or when you have people visiting from out of town. They like to eat here. So I thought I would just kind of give you a little insight into that. The practice of making sashimi from live seafood is known as Kiki security, and it's a concept that can sound a bit shocking toe Westerners. In fact, in some countries, such as Germany and Australia, the practice of eating food this way is even prohibited by law. You know what they say when in Japan do is the Japanese do. This is a part of Japanese culture, and I can't seem to ever pass up the chance to try good Japanese food, so I'm gonna give this a try. It's really good because it's fresh, you bite down taste. Kind of like I wouldn't say Robbery. Robbery is not a delicious word, but it has a certain texture to it. There's not. It doesn't have a fishy kind of aftertaste, so it tastes really fresh. Okay, if you haven't figured it out by now, I'm not exactly the most eloquent food reporter. And, um, in this video, it just gets worse. We also ordered some live. It's dead now. Way also ordered some fresh, and I'm going to give that a try right now, like it is so fresh it literally just died. It's so soft and it, like, melts in your mouth. It's that fresh. I barely even have to chew it because it's just like a soft piece of meat in your mouth. It's good. I like it. I like I might actually like this more than I like squint. One interesting thing about eating accuse a cootie seafood is that nothing is wasted, and therefore anything left on the squid has turned into tempura. And as for the shrimp, well, but like the eyes really like I said I could never pass up a chance to try good Japanese food. But that doesn't necessarily mean that I'm going to like it, honey, for me eating shrimp heads or something that maybe I just a little thanking us. How about you? Are you brave when you try new food? What's the weirdest thing that you've ever eaten? Let me know in the comments.