Tokyo Seoul is a family-owned Japanese/Korean restaurant with an excellent sushi bar as well as hibachi and non-hibachi tables.
I can’t say anything about the hibachi, since I never order it, however they have world-class sushi, a great sushi chef and a unique spicy-tuna recipe (my favorite) that doesn’t use mayonnaise. The sushi bar is extremely clean and well lit, all the fish is beautiful and fresh, and I’ve never had a bad meal in the 15+ years I’ve been eating there.
I’m extremely fond of the kimchee, and if you’re a fan of “spicy” you should give it a try.
A full sushi dinner will run somewhere in the $25-$30 range.
It’s nice and calm without being dead-quiet, the staff is friendly with good timing (food doesn’t come out too fast or too slow). If you’re on Erie Blvd in Dewitt, NY and hungry, I’d definitely give them a try.
OTOH, if you’re thinking more along the lines of $12 instead of $30, you won’t go wrong with the New Fuji Buffet, which is about two blocks west.