Been there in Feb. 2014.
All items in the menu have English translation.
However, there is no information regarding use of dairy, eggs or honey.
Staff speaks very very little English (at least the staff that was there when I visited), so it was hard to order vegan food.
At the end, after I used a translator to say things like "I don't eat milk", or "I don't eat eggs", I was led to believe that they actually don't use dairy nor eggs in the food.
But I am not sure, so if someone speaks Chinese, it would be great to confirm.
Taste of food was good, and portions were not large, but they were more than enough even if you order just one meal.
There is a shop on the 1st floor, but it has very few things.
It's close to the "Master of the Nets Garden", so I would recommend to go there before/after your meal for a nice stroll.
Finally, when going there you can tell to the cab to take you to the Nanlin Hotel. It's very close.
Cons: not clear what is vegan