(bondi.inspiration) roys seafood tapas oysters bar

One of the things that I love about Bondi is that you step one street back from the main thoroughfare of Campbell Parade and you're in another world. There is so much great stuff happening my 'hood right now. One of them is Roy's Seafood Tapas Oysters Bar on Curlewis Street. The food is delicious. I went weak at the knees when I had the mussels - a personal fave. The artwork on the wall is by one of Marty "Roy" Muddel's sons, Louis, and gigs outside in the courtyard are courtesy of his other son Leroy. Oh, and the food is via the talents of Doron, the original chef at Bondi's other popular tapas spot, Rum Diaries.
Which five words best describe you? I leave describing myself to others. Anyone that tells you something they are, you can bet they're not.
What was your first job and what path have you taken since then? Fruit and veg run. Lots and varied.
What’s your proudest achievement? My two Roys restaurants.
What’s been your best decision? Not to kill my ex girlfriends.
Who inspires you? My dog.
What are you passionate about? My dog and kids.
What’s the best lesson you’ve learnt? Condoms and scaredy cats.
Which person, living or dead, would you most like to meet? Bob Dylan.
What dream do you still want to fulfil? To find healthy love.
What are you reading? American Hero by Larry Beinhart.
Images courtesy of Roys