Each of Katsuya Fukushima’s quartet of ramen spots has its own personality. Haikan has terrific small plates (mapo-tofu-topped poutine, crispy pig ears) along with complex chicken-pork-and-beef broth. Bantam King is all about comfort, with its bowls of chicken-based soups and China-meets-Nashville fried chicken. Meanwhile, Daikaya is ramen-focused on the first floor—we love the spicy miso amped with the bakudan spice bomb—with a Japanese-whiskey-slinging izakaya on the second. And Hatoba, the newest addition, offers the greatest variety of ramen, from red-miso/clam to a delicate yuzu-shio broth. Inexpensive to moderate.