Been there in Feb. 2014.
They have two menus, one menu with "sets"; and one a-la-carte. All dishes have English translation.
Some things in the set menu are labeled as "vegan"; but dishes in the a-la-carte menu did not have any explanation regarding use of dairy, eggs, honey, etc.
Staff speaks no English, so it was difficult to know which items in the menu were vegan; or whether the "vegan" items in the set menu were actually vegan.
Nonetheless, the staff was very nice, and not only the food was tasty but also quantities were rather large.
Set menus were around 45 yuan (main, soup and drink).
If eating a-la-carte, expect to pay around 60 yuan for a meal and drink.
Finally, it's a short walk from the bus stop called "Jia Cheng Building".Pros: large quantities, friendly staff, reasonable prices
Cons: no english spoken, a little bit of food smell