As its name suggests, Pop Art Sushi is for people looking for something exciting. This family run restaurant serves an eclectic mix of Japanese sushi and Italian wines, and has the added bonus of being situated inside a pop art gallery! Browse through the brightly coloured creations of Andy Warhol and Marco Lodola at the Amstel Art Gallery, then sit and enjoy a creative themed cocktail, like a Pop Art Mojito or a Tokio Colada, or maybe a glass of Italian wine. With three types of prosecco, you’ll be spoiled for choice! When it comes to sushi, it’s all about fresh, carefully sourced fish. Pop Art Sushi uses fish selected from all over the world – Japanese yellowtail, Alaskan wild salmon and Malaysian blue fin tuna, to name just a few. Their menu is huge, and includes nigiri, sashimi, miso soup and gunkan, as well as Italian-Japanese inventions that you won’t get anywhere else!