I happen to stumble up this nice authentic little French restaurant in Hammersmith on a Saturday afternoon. I guess you could say it is a little bit tucked away, not visible from the main exit at Hammersmith station, but across the road on the other side.
Le Petite Bretagne has a real nice French ambiance, including the music. On a shelf they also have a few French foody products available for purchase. The main focus though, are for people popping in for their crêpes. They have a wide variety crêpes, from savoury to sweet, to choose from. All of their savoury crêpes are made with buckwheat flour. Thus, gluten and wheat free.
Eating in, I had the Océane crêpe. It is filled with smoked salmon, Dill, Crème fraiche and lemon. I could not resist a sweet option for a take-away. I chose the crêpe, Speculoos. Speculoos is a delicious biscuit spread that comes from Belgium (this was the first time in my life that I tasted Speculoos and I have been in love with it ever since).
When I am in Hammersmith, London again, I would definitely pop in for a crêpe.