All frazzled out after a super-long and extra sweaty commute to Canary Wharf? Phew, you’ve made it – so here are three treats to reward yourself with.

Barry's Bootcamp London East's Ollie Lee

1. Sweat out the stress

Escape the estate via the DLR to Bank and Barry’s Bootcamp’s new 50-minute classes lie in store. The speedy interval training sessions (£20 a go) will leave you buzzing - and feast on a free scrummy protein shake thrown in as part of the deal.

Classes at noon and 1pm, Moorgate,

Manhattan Bar and Grill

2. Drink away your transport troubles

Luckily for Canary Wharf workers, the Manhattan Bar and Grill on West India Quay host a G&Tea bar every Thursday. And with the transport situation as it is – these two-for-one tipples are much-needed. There’s also a DJ to blast away the blues.

From 6pm, West India Quay

The Pearson Room, Canary Wharf - desert - Eton Mess

3. If you’re not a drinker, comfort eat your way through the strike.

Whether you fancy tucking into The Pearson Room’s new salads or tasty British fare at The Gun in Coldharbour the industrial action means you can dine at a discount. And you’ll need that fuel for the arduous journey home.

Mostly limited to today, Canary Wharf