This Seychellois plantation house is the restored home of the Dauban family, previous owners of the island. Built in 1860 by Auguste Dauban, the structure now houses Labriz's Creole specialty restaurant, Grann Kaz. The house itself is built in local takamaka wood and has been kept exactly as it was 140 years ago.
The Grann Kaz experience fuses modern Seychellois spirit with the island's French and English heritage. Once a week, Grann Kaz opens its doors for a traditional 'Soiree Creole' with live band and dancers.
Traditional Creole cuisine in a historical colonial plantation house
Restaurant in the village of La Passe, Silhouette, facing the harbour, a 5-minute walk from the resort