The app shows there is food here. There is a bar however it is “Privado”. It looks like a bar and Spanish people were drinking and eating and a small van full of beer kegs delivered about 150 bottles of St Miguel and Schweppes tonic water, However either they don’t like tourists/pilgrims or it is a co op type arrangement for local farmers. I echo above comments about food truck 500M back up trail, though not inspiring. Suggest buy bread / cheese in previous town. Fortunately we bought Bino Tinto there and had cigarettes. Sat enjoying them on bench opposite pub. Nice.