The easiest way to find this place is to find the Corona Inn. Walk last the entrance on your left and take the immediate left after the hotel, signposted Lalian Sehala and street sign says Lorong Pudu 8. The restaurant is at the end of this alley way on the right.
It is a large open sided cafeteria type restaurant. Ceiling fans.
The food is all vegetarian, but not vegan. It is self-select for some of the food and you can ask for fried noodles or rice preparing.
For drinks the options seemed to be limited, no alcohol, no fruit juices aside from lime juice.
The manager is helpful, speaks good amounts of English, and is helpful in explaining that any reference to meat or seafood implies imitation.
The food was cheap, approx RM15 for 2 people for sufficient food. The food was tasty, of good variation. We would eat there again and would recommend to others.
Opening hours looked approx 8am to 6pm.
We found the location with the help of a free app called maps.me, which had more accurate mapping than google maps and it allowed us to download the maps and negotiate the area with GPS.
Cons: Hard to find, Poor drink choices