Four fire engines and 21 firefighters were called to a fire at a bakery with flats above in Leeland Road, Ealing.
There was a small blaze in a ceiling cavity between the ground and first floors of the building and half of the ducting was damaged.
Three people left the building before the arrival of the Brigade.
The cause of the fire is not known at this stage.
Fire under control
Firefighters have now brought the fire under control, no injuries reported.
Three left from flats above
A spokesperson from London Fire Brigade has confirmed the fire took place in the London Sangaki bakery.
Three people from the flats above the shop reportedly left their homes before crews arrived.
Firefighters remain at the scene
London Sangaki bakery
Reports suggest the London Sangaki bakery is the affected shop
Not being treated as suspicious
A spokesperson from Met Police added:
We were called by the London Fire Brigade at 11.54hrs on Monday, 04 September to reports of a fire at a property in Leeland Road, Ealing.The fire is not being treated as suspicious.Police are not required to attend.
Cause currently unknown
A spokesperson from London Fire Brigade said:
The Brigade was called at 11.26am and fire crews from Ealing, Acton, Southall and Hammersmith fire stations are at the scene.
The cause of the fire is not currently known.
Four crews at the scene
Four crews dealing with fire in ceiling cavity between ground and first floors
Firefighters and police are currently dealing with a fire at a shop in Ealing with flats above it.
21 firefighters and four engines are on Leeland Road and police have urged people to avoid the area during the “police incident”.