If the journey home during the Tube strike will be anything like our last taste of travel chaos seen during July’s industrial action, then we want out.

And if you do too, then check out these five deals across Canary Wharf’s bars and restaurants available on Wednesday, August 5 and Thursday, August 6.

Go on, ride out the commuter storm with us.

1. Tom’s Kitchen, Westferry Circus (free booze)

Choose from two courses for £16.50 or three courses for £19.50 (available Monday to Friday) between 5.30pm and 9.30pm - so plenty of time to avoid the rush hour crush. You also get a glass of house wine or a pint of Whitstable Bay ale with the meal.

Tom's Kitchen in Westferry, Canary Wharf

2. Plateau Restaurant, Canada Park Square (meal deal)

Get a whole lobster, side of chips and a glass of Laurent Perrier for just £33 – then shimmy home full of lobster and bubbles without a care in the world.

Offer available until Saturday, August 29; Monday to Friday, noon to 11pm and Saturday; 6pm to 11pm.

3. The Gun, Coldharbour (half price food)

Just a short walk from the estate is this riverside pub which is offering customers 50% off their total food bill for tables of up to six on August 5 and August 6. Booking is recommended. This is part of ETM Group’s ‘Tube Strike Respite’ offer.

Ribs at The Gun

4. Pearson Room, Canada Square (half price food)

The team are also offering 50% off food during the strikes, with the deal starting at 6pm on Wednesday, August 5 and going all the way through until close on Thursday, August 6.

5. One Canada Square, One Canada Square (half price food and a drink offer)

Join the Sundowners Club between 8pm and 9pm (available Monday to Friday) and get half-price bottles of prosecco for £16.75 , signature cocktails for £6 and five beers for the price of four on Heineken, Amstel and Sol.

The venue is also taking part in the ‘Tube Strike Respite’ offer across all ETM Group venues, ofering 50% off diners food bills.

Cocktails at One Canada Square

EXTRA: One in the city: (half price food)

Travel on the DLR to Bank and dine in the City at The Botanist at Broadgate Circle, which is offering all diners that quote “Tube Strike Respite” 50% off their total food bill during the strikes.

EVEN MORE: Staying over?

If you enjoy the discount food and drink a little too much, or just really can’t face any travelling during the strikes then why not pitch up at Tune Hotel , which has rooms starting at £55.