Taste wise, the chestnut is rather nice. They really put a whole large chestnut inside. And it think it's also cover with a thin layer of (I think) chestnut paste. It's not too sweet which I like. The puff pastry covering is also buttery and fragrant. It does taste slightly better than the average puff pastry.
Price wise it not cheap. At $5 a puff. It's not cheap. I don't know whether if it's really worth the x2 pricing compared to other puff pastry counter parts found in polar. But I guess it's worth a try because you can't really find chestnut pie anywhere else in Singapore besides Chaterise. This puff kinda reminds me of my visits to Japan which I greatly miss.

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