Me too. I'm self-aware in public, so the thought of eating with a group of people is unsettling to me. Just a few weeks ago I ate out with family though. It was my birthday and my more outgoing sister insisted I celebrate it. We ended up eating at a very popular, crowded restaurant. My hand would shake a little every time I picked up a forkful of food. I felt like everyone was staring at me; I was stiff and uncomfortable, with robotic movements, very unnatural, couldn't relax. When a waiter would walk by (this happened every few mins), I'd get extra nervous. Sometimes I'd try to feign nonchalance, but really I was a nervous wreck. I just don't like social situations. The worst part was when my brother surprised me with servers clapping and singing happy birthday to me as I had to blow out the candle. I was mortified because I specifically told him I would only go out to eat if there was no surprise celebration. I still appreciate it, but at the time I did NOT enjoy it.