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Our son’s car broke down half way between Nashville & Chattanooga, so we drove the 3 hours to pick him up and got to Conga right before 8pm. We were afraid we might be too late but they served us, did not rush us and...provided a top notch meal!More
I have cero complaints about this place, Everything we ate was good and fresh, this is traditional food from different counties, is not Mexican Only!! . I was expecting the same but I got surprised, it was much better. Customer services was great, this place...is clean and I highly recommend the Mango Juice.More
Another interesting lunch with my grandson...within walking distance of my home...many good & interesting restaurants on the Southside..much attractive menu as compared to the old one..we enjoyed our lunch...good chips & salsa..many different entree items
Awesome food. Stopped for lunch as we were passing through. The guacamole and chips were fantastic -so good we ordered a second one to take with us. all the rest of the food we ordered was excellent too! We will go back
The food is okay--it's not bad, but it's certainly not great either. The menu is extrememly limited, especially anything that's not fried. Service was okay, too. Not great. One downside is parking. Good luck finding a space anywhere in the area after 6pm.
Good coffee, great Congri, good empanadas. The ambiance is stereotypical in that the spent a lot of time designing the place only to have boxes spread all over the place. This always cracks me up in mexican and latin restaurants. Great place for lunch.
Conga Latin Food is located in a fairly new apartment building on the corner of Main and Market streets in the southside area of downtown Chattanooga. There is on street parking, numerous paid parking lots and apparently free parking behind the restaurant although I just...walked there on my lunch break. There wasn’t a huge lunch crowd when I went but it was steady. Service was very friendly and good. I had a Salvadorean platter which was very good and quite a bit of food. I enjoyed my visit and would definitely return.More