We did not eat at CnT restaurant but had the lechon as "take out" or "to go." We had heard a lot about the reputed 2 primary exemplars of Cebu lechon - CnT and Zubuchon - and so when we visited the SM Cebu mall and found out that CnT was nearby we went over to get some for dinner. It is a somewhat drab yellow building across the street from the south side of the mall. The first floor is a parking area. Head up the stairs and the dining and prep area/kitchen is on the second level. It does not appear they cook anything on that level, at least not the lechon. They had chafing dishes with some sad-looking vegetable side dishes at the counter.
When we arrived a group of customers were already there waiting for delivery of the lechon from the off-site area where the pigs were roasted. We took a number (#10) and waited. When the lechon finally arrived the young ladies went to work, efficiently decapitating the piglets and, wielding their large cleavers with scary confidence, quickly reducing the rest of the bodies to bite-sized pieces of succulent goodness, The lechon was excellent; of course, coming from the US, my palate was more than primed and ready to enjoy it. There was none of the lechon liver sauce traditionally served with it and, and true to the reputation of Cebu lechon, none was really needed.
I cannot comment as to dining-in experience; the dining room was large, the wood tables and chairs simple, and the decor basic to non-existent. Of course diners where here for lechon, not ambiance. With regards to take-out, I would strongly urge calling ahead and placing an order especially during special occasions or holidays. Our decision to try CnT was spontaneous and we were seriously concerned that there might be nothing left for us by the time it came to serve ticket #10. Even before #1 was served they prepped 7 kilograms (well over 15 pounds) for a call-in order. Fortunately 2 ticket-holders before us had apparently left by the time the lechon arrived and we got our 2 kilos CnT lechon.
Unfortunately we never got to compare CnT with Zubuchon but we thoroughly enjoyed the lechon we bought that day.