The London restaurant will open on Margaret Street in Westminster at the end of this month. It will be the brand's sixth store and will also become its flagship.
As with its five Birmingham stores, Chop and Wok Westminster will serve an Asian fusion menu 'in a new age and conceptual environment' with a range of dishes, such as noodles, salads, wraps and sushi to eat-in or take away.
It will also have a heavy reliance on technology with in-store iPads for customers to use.
Chop and Wok director Aman Bhandal, who launched the business four years ago in Suffolk Street, Birmingham, said: "“We are unbelievably excited to bring Chop and Wok to Londoners in these coming months. We feel that London’s trendy, fast paced environment is the perfect match for our quirky, 'new-age' concept.
"Our hopes are that we can replicate the success we’ve had in Birmingham by continuing to inject innovation and fun into both our food and the dining experience we provide, and we sincerely hope that it will be received well."
The business, which operates two restaurants in Birmingham and three in Sutton Coldfield, Quinton and Shirley, is looking to expand further into London and nationally. It has already signed a franchise deal for the Middle East according to BigHospitality's sister publication M&C Report. Chop and Wok's principles are to provide fresh, tasty and healthy food, whilst giving the customer a 'new age' experience during the process. The food is served in an electric-coloured customer area and the menu encompasses Chinese, Thai, Malay, Japanese and Indian flavours.
All dishes contain only natural ingredients and all sauces are original recipes that are unique to Chop and Wok, carefully developed and concocted with a blend of natural spices and raw ingredients. Raw ingredients are sourced daily and bought in fresh, and only the freshest meats are used.