Whipping Up Garlic Crabs
and Blackened Prawns


Formerly located at the heart of Puerto Princesa City, Café Arturo was a family-owned restaurant known for their seafood specialties. In this video, their resident chef shows you how to whip up garlic crabs and blackened prawns Café Arturo-style. These were known bestsellers in this restaurant.

 
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