The cafe is located on a bustling street in downtown Tainan, and is adorned with a small sign in the front. When you enter, you are greeted by a hostess who will ask if you have a reservation. I did not, however, I was walking in on a weekday as a solo party after lunch time. The interior is homey, with many warm colors invoking memories of fall. The hostess will show you to your seat where you will have a chance to explore their expansive menu of both sweet and savory foods (the menu is both in English and Traditional Chinese). Once you've decided it's time for them to get to work! You are able to watch them make your food. The process is difficult and hard to master, but the workers at Autumn are diligent. It does take a little time for them to make the pancakes so if you're in a rush be mindful of that.
Depending on the type of pancakes you choose you may have different toppings and sides. I chose the Fruit Seasons Limited option, which was a mango garnish with a sweet cream on top paired with what I believe was some sort of dairy dessert. This is a feast for the eyes and the stomach. The mango was sweet and almost candy-like, while the pancakes were pillowy and were lightly sweetened so as to not overwhelm the palate. Once I was done taking the obligatory photos I probably finished the dish in under 10 minutes.
The food itself is great, the cost is a little pricey for Taiwan, with the entire bill costing around 400 NTD or $13 USD, the cost breakdown being 240 NTD ($6) for the pancakes and 120 NTD ($3) for the black currant blueberry drink.
Overall, if you're looking for a delicious dessert restaurant in Tainan this is it! If you are interested in making a reservation, you can visit their and enjoying some delicious pancakes you can visit their facebook, here.