The expansion will include the opening of the brand’s second London restaurant in an as-yet unconfirmed location in 2017.
Coya said the new venue would offer the same ‘exciting schedule of entertainment’ as its existing Mayfair site, which opened its doors in 2012.
Adam Bel Hadj Amar, CEO of Coya, said: “At Coya London we have a schedule of many DJs booked each year…we also host over 10 seasonal parties a year, 16 art exhibitions, various fashion shows, and bi-weekly master classes and tastings.
“It is this busy annual schedule that ensures there is always something fun and new for our members and other guests to experience.”
The group currently runs three sites in London, Miami and Dubai, and is set to expand in the Middle East with a new venue in Abu Dhabi.
It is also planning a rollout in Asia with restaurants planned for Shanghai, Singapore and Seoul.
Bel Hadj Amar said: “We attract an international crowd in our current venues, so we seek out cosmopolitan cities around the world where we know the brand will fit and be welcomed.
“There is a global appetite for Peruvian cuisine given its light, fresh and modern approach and we look forward to introducing the brand to cities across the world.”