Gordon Ramsay is to open his first Bread Street Café in Ealing Broadway on 23 August.
The restaurant will be inspired by the original Bread Street Kitchen restaurant, which Ramsay launched in London's St Paul's in 2011.
According to its website, the new café will open seven days a week and offer an "all-day dining experience delivering some of our Bread Street classics, along with some new dishes for our Ealing guests".
The original Bread Street Kitchen's menu includes a take on fish and chips; steaks cooked over a josper charcoal grill; and a £65 ‘Beef Wellington experience'.
The Ealing site is the latest opening in a major expansion drive for Gordon Ramsay Restaurants, which last year said it plans to open up to 50 new UK restaurants by 2025.
A second Bread Street Kitchen opened in London's Southwark in May and the brand has international sites in China, Singapore and Dubai.
In the past year Ramsay has opened four Street Pizza sites in London and seven Street Burger restaurants in London and Woking.
A Gordon Ramsay Academy cookery school is due to replace the Tante Marie Culinary Academy facility above the Woking restaurant this autumn.
Earlier this year Gordon Ramsay Restaurants appointed Antony Perring as chief financial officer. Perring held similar roles at Leon Restaurants and Wagamama during periods when both chains saw rapid growth.