Did you stay at Belle Muxia? Love that place. We rented the "penthouse" at the end of our 2016 Camino when Phil had gotten so sick with food poisonings. Unfortunately he could not even look at the signs with the fresh seafood offerings or even walk through the open air market where the fish and shellfish were being sold without nausea. I think I made him chicken noodle soup in the days we stayed there... Edited to say: He did not get sick in Muxia. He got sick in Melide an we took a bus to Muxia after we arrived in Santiago so he could recover by the sea.
Like to check out that restaurant. Last year I ate further down the street, on the corner, at a restaurant that was pretty big with glass around the outdoor seating (it was December). They had really good food also.
I was told by my albergue that this bus schedule was wrong. They gave me another schedule as I was thinking of taking a bus to Finistere. I ended up walking. Maybe it was wrong because it was winter or maybe it has been updated.
I’d just like to add that when I took the 15:15 bus the other day (Wednesday) from Muxia to Santiago not everyone made it on the bus.Ticket holders get on first, and then they let the non-ticket holders on. You can buy tickets online from Monbus. I do believe that this shows the current schedule.
When I took this bus earlier this year it left at 6.15 instead of 6.30. Fortunately I had read a sign in the A Marina restaurant up the road which noted the different time. The bus was very full, so next time I would book on-line. I went to the Casa da Peixe to try out the conger eels, so must try Lonxa d'Alvaro next time!