Rather naively perhaps, I had assumed that buying the Michelin Guide in the UK meant it would be in English - not so! We've thus had some interesting times going through the English-French dictionary as we try to decipher the finer points such as 'what's on the menu'. That said, there's a 'How to use this guide' in English and once you've conquered the various symbols there's a wealth of information at your disposal. Particularly useful to us has been the inclusion of the Bib Gourmand - good quality cuisine at a reasonable price. Also recommended hotels and restaurants within striking distance of larger towns and cities. Perhaps one last word of advice - since the symbols can be a tad confusing at times, it's worth contacting directly the hotel or restaurant to make sure you've understood it all correctly. Bon chance!!