One member of this forum must be familiar with pasilla chiles. Due to stomach issues I can not eat foods that are excessively spicy. We want to try a Mexican restaurant in our area. There is one and only one thing on the menu that appeals to me. The fajitas. These meat in the fajitas "sautéed in pasilla chiles" I called the restaurant and asked if the fajitas can be prepared without the chiles. I was told the meat is prepared ahead of time so it is not possible. It doesn't make sense, but whatever. I was also told that the fajitas are "medium" spicy. Spiciness is of course a subjective opinion. We really want to try this restaurant. Fajitas are one of my favorite foods and based on the reviews I would really like to try these if I feel they wouldn't be too spicy. On the Scoville scale, pasilla chiles have a rating of 1,000–2,500 which in terms of spiciness is considered mild to medium. As a reference, anything with chipotle is way too spicy for me. It is a somewhat expensive restaurant and would rather not go there, order the fajitas, find out they are too spicy, and not be able eat them. Are these fajitas going to be too spicy?