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Struggling ramen bar joins OnlyFans to boost business: ‘Send me hot…

Send noods.

A ramen bar in Houston, Texas, is struggling to stay afloat — and the owner is hoping an OnlyFans account can help with finances.

Ninja Ramen’s business is struggling, possibly due to the upset for restaurants in general that came with the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.

But owner Christopher Huang has a plan to get his ramen bar to 2025 “and beyond.”

“Send me pictures of you eating our hot noods, and I’ll post them (with your consent, of course),” Huang wrote in an Instagram post, saying that he started an OnlyFans account for Ninja Ramen.

He added, “I’d like to figure out a way to bundle in some perks/benefits for subscribers, too (it’ll be free anyway).”

Yes, the account is real, and yes, Huang is serious — but OnlyFans is just a small part of a larger plan.

Huang’s request for consensual noods was “Step 5” in part of an Instagram post detailing the restaurant’s struggles.

“It’s hard to look at any singular case,” the post said of the decline in business. “It could have been inflation, the economic landscape in general, No Noodle November, the unrelenting demand for espresso martinis in 2023, who knows…”

Huang noted that although he raised the ramen prices by 50 cents just three years ago, and with costs going up approximately 18% in the past 8 months alone, they’re only bringing in about 80% of pre-Covid numbers.

Ninja Ramen is struggling to stay afloat — and the owner is hoping an OnlyFans account can help with finances. Ninja Ramen / Instagram
Ninja Ramen is now on OnlyFans. Onlyfans / Ninja Ramen

“What that means is that we’re losing thousands of dollars every month,” he wrote. “Now we all know I’m a cheap ass Asian, so I’ve had money saved up for a rainy day (or year), but at the current rate, we won’t make it for much longer.”

The more serious parts of Huang’s plan include reminding people that the restaurant has a great bar with the largest selection of Asian whiskeys in the country and a lot of “really cool bottles,” and reminding people that “the food is really good, the egg is really good, the bamboo is really good.”

Huang also shared that they will be changing things up and introducing a rotating food specials menu and new drinks: “We’ve got a new cocktail menu coming out this week (with an espresso martini on it, duh).”

Owner Christopher Huang has a plan to get his ramen bar to 2025 “and beyond. Google St View

Lastly, Ninja Ramen wants to do more events and collaborations with friends, chefs, owners — and even pornstars — to do “cool and weird things.”

“I don’t know how to ask for help in an elegant manner,” Huang wrote. “Instead I’m going to awkwardly appeal to your sense of kinship to Houston culture that we’ve been a part of for the past decade. We’re a part of the city’s flavor, please tell your friends and family to come slurp us up.”

The Post has reached out to Huang for comment.

Houstonians are being encouraged to get some Ninja Ramen, give it a slurp and send their noods.

Written by New York Post