Seriously, this would have to be the noisiest restaurant I've ever eaten in. It was impossible to hold a conversation at normal speaking volume (and the place was only half full).
They seem to cater well for kids as those I saw all had cartoons and colouring pencils ... and some had lumps of dough which they formed into shapes and the staff then took them away to be cooked and presented back to the sculptor/s. I'm not sure I would eat it ... but it semed to keep the kids happy.
The Lasagna was good, but whilst my Chilli Chicken & Pesto pizza was reasonably tasty, it had very little chilli and was almost drowned in basil pesto (I was still burping 3 hours later).
As for the Garlic ... unless you love it, don't order the Bruschetta, we could smell it coming from 2 metres away.
Overall, the service was reasonable, but sorry, it's not my style and I won't be back.