Its location is really way way at one end of mactan island. If you are coming from cebu city, budget around 1 hour travel. There are limited signs pointing to lantaw, it was a good thing i had a gps on my smartphone when i went there for the first time early april. I went there again mid april and used whatever i recalled to get there. However, its still hard, considering for both occasions i went there for dinner.
They have two locations with a roof over your tables, and an area in the middle that is really open air. I stayed in the open area for both dinners. Great as it didn't rain. The view is looking at the whole cebu skyline, over the whole sea. Boats can be seen entering the mactan channel, and planes fly overhead to land/arrive when i dined. I could distinguish the kind of plane and the airline. It was close but not too close to be uncomfortable to the ears.
Food serving size is on the small size when compared to other city based native restaurants. The flavors are above average, but not outstanding. They serve those sun coolers which is a mixed fruit punch cooler, similar to that served at mooon cafe, not surprising as lantaw, mooon, and thirsty shakes and juices have the same owner.
Service is not really slow, but its slow. Expect food to be served in the 25-30 minute range. They toldme 20 minutes on both times, but more like 30 minutes.
For the men, go to the toilet and look at the humorous pictures plastered over the urinal. I do not know for the ladies side, as i am a male and have no access to the female toilet.
If you have guests, or out on a date, this place is perfect. The ambiance, the concept, easily cover for the food that is good. If you have to choose between this lantaw branch versus their branch in the mountain of cebu, this is better, in terms of concept.