Ok.... Just went there, good to see people there as Viko deserves the business - lots of people there as I saw people sitting at every table throughout the our or so that we were there.
Same delicious desserts, modified more mainstream menu for the locals, menu all in spanish.
We asked for flautas (we loved the old style) and the usual cook Jesus was out on vacation, and we got new ones that were nearly triple the size!!! Huge flautas, were very good.
Green Salsa and Red Salsa Sauces served on the side, green spicier than in the past.
We each had the bistec, both good, can't complain, but miss the bread pudding and the fried calamari, one never seems to be at Vikos anymore and the fried calamari is no longer on the menu.
Here is the new menu --
Tacos - $2
Lengua (wow, didnt realize they made tacos out of this)
Tortas - $4.95
Milanese de Res
Milanesa de Pollo
Posole con tostadas
Soap de pollo
Sopa de verduras
Mole de olla
Carne asada con nopales
Bistec a la Mexicana
Pollo a la Mexicana