The company launched a month-long funding drive on 10 December to support the opening of the site in London’s Chinatown this spring.
Pachamama, which has three Peruvian restaurants in London, has so far raised £730,000 of its £1.3m target.
It says it is now accepting investments of between £1,000 and £100,000 until the end of January.
The group has taken a site in the Central Cross development for the restaurant, which it says will offer its ‘own take on Chinese cuisine, using British ingredients and Western techniques’ to eat-in or takeaway.
A Yiu Fat Noodle menu posted online lists dishes including Xinjiang big plate chicken with hand-pulled belt noodles (£12); sweet potato noodles in hot and sour soup (£7); and fried peanut mochi (£3).
Pachamama opened its first eponymous restaurant in Marylebone in 2014, followed by Chelsea’s Chicama in 2016 and Pachamama East in 2018.
It also launched Happy End Bar and Kitchen in Moscow last year and is looking to open the same concept in London.
For more information on the crowdfunding campaign click here.