The independent restaurant and bar group will continue its expansion in the capital with the launch of 197 Chiswick Fire Station on 26 April.
It will be the fourth London opening for the brand, which specialises in creating ‘21st century pubs’ in affluent London ‘villages’ such as Chelsea, Kensington and Soho.
On the menu will be antipodean-influenced dishes such as Pan-fried Seabass and Organic Eggs Benedict.
The bar will feature spirit infusions and house made syrups and sherbets including Lavender Rob Roy and Tanqueray 10 Gimlet.
Mel Marriott, Darwin & Wallace managing director, said: "We are incredibly excited to be bringing our modern vision of the local pub to the heart of Chiswick, one of my favourite London spots.
“Our ambitions at Darwin & Wallace are to work with the best artisans of design, food and drink and No 197 Chiswick Fire Station will be no exception."
Launched in 2012, Darwin & Wallace is aiming to expand to up to nine sites by 2017.
It will open its fifth site – No29 – at the £8bn Battersea Power Station development early next year.
The company is backed by The Imbiba Partnership, which also supports London-based bar group Drake & Morgan.