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Olé Spain Delishop is a Spanish restaurant in Santa Ana. About the only thing Mexican here is the Coke and the owners; all the other products, from the chestnut honey to cans of roe of hake, to more than a dozen cheeses and sausages spiced and dried into all sorts of girths lengths, are either imported from Spain or come from the excellent La Espagnola Meats in Harbor City. Sandwiches sing of Spanish subtlety--a salty Manchego cheese, for instance, pared with piquillo peppers and Serrano ham in the La Española displays a roundness of flavors that convinces you immediately to return. You can get any of the sandwiches in one of the best lunch meals going right now in the county: a soup (sometimes hearty lentil with blood sausage, but best a potato concoction with hunks of chorizo) and salad, half a sandwich, and a massive slice of flan for about eight dollars, each entree spectacular, each worthy of the $8 tag alone.