I have long loved Conga’s amazing food, and it was one of the places I was most sad about not getting to eat at anymore once I was diagnosed as celiac. But one of the servers has celiac himself, and the owner (Alex) is really helpful about what the ingredients are for various dishes, so dining at Conga is still a possibility! My favorite things on the menu are the pork and bean pupusas, with the mango hot sauce and chimmichurri sauce on them. They are made with just corn flour, no wheat, but they are placed on the grill. Gluten-containing foods are also put on the grill, but Conga has been happy to put down foil to grill my pupusas on and to change gloves, etc. I feel like they understand my celiac disease and take extra care to provide a celiac-safe meal. Their fryer is not gluten free, so the plantain chips, fried sweet plantains, and many other fried options are not safe for celiacs.
— No gluten-free information on the menu