The restaurant offers Indian, Italian, Mexican and Chinese food.
Ranjit Choongh, head of operations at Jimmy Spice’s, said: "The NEC is a great site that attracts visitors from all over the world to its many exhibitions and events, and that’s why we’ve invested into what will be another restaurant in the chain.
"We hope to transfer the appeal of our internationally based offer from the full blown restaurant to the NEC outlet which, while still offering the freshly prepared, great tasting food, is just presented on a smaller scale."
Jimmy Spice’s at the NEC will operate an express version of its high-street restaurant. Customers will have a set menu to choose from which includes a choice of a main dish and three side orders.
The restaurant is set to open at the NEC's Autumn Fair trade show which takes place between 4 and 7 September.