Four Winters, which specialises in liquid nitrogen ice-cream, will open its first UK store with a franchise in London next month.
Customers will be able to choose ice-cream flavours inspired by a seasonal menu and will see their dessert frozen in front of them.
The parlour will open on Gloucester Road on 7 April and the firm already has plans to open a second London site in 2017.
It describes liquid nitrogen ice-cream as a "fresh, high quality treat made in a totally innovative and atmospheric way."
Liquid nitrogen is a colourless, odourless liquid, which has been used by chefs such as Heston Blumenthal for many years.
Zeid Zabian, co-founder of Four Winters, said: "Ice-cream is the stuff childhood memories are made of. We wanted to evoke that magical feeling but use science and technology to make it relevant for a 21st century audience.
"The response to Four Winters has been phenomenal and we're delighted so many people share our passion for fresh and exciting ice-cream made with the very best ingredients. Bringing this concept to the UK means a lot. London is one of the gastronomic capitals of the world, so we're looking forward to putting Four Winters firmly on the foodie map."
Currently Four Winters has two stores in Jordan, with international expansion in Europe and the Middle East set for the next few years.