This restaurant is now called "Green Cuisine" and doesn't have a buffet anymore from what we saw during two dinners here last month. We were in Nanjing for an adoption trip, and our table had two small children, parents, and grandparents. The staff helped us with two high chairs, brought out two complimentary bowls of purée squash soup for the kids, and extra napkins. They had a menu with photos, no English text, but one staff spoke a little English. Overall the food was wonderful. Our favorites were a sweet and sour "pork", a kind of crispy fried mushroom they recommended, and a variety of steamed buns and dumplings (one red bean perfect not too sweet, another mushroom rice). The flavors were great and nothing too oily. Also, our son loves broccoli and I didn't see it on the menu, but the staff made a plate for us. Highly recommend!
It may be tricky to find, as both our taxi driver and private car driver turned left instead of right, so we had to back track the other direction. Look for a green lighted sign at the base of a large building complex.
I picked up a card with their website:
Cons: may not be easy to find