It’s a good sign when you have to veer off the well-beaten path to find a place, even better when anyone you ask along the way knows how to get there. The pleasantly old-fashioned room with plastic-draped tablecloths has been serving local classics for 50 years, and the arrosto di maialino con patate (roast piglet and potatoes), coniglio (rabbit), and other authentic Lucchese fare remain as good as ever. This is the place to try the typically Luccan zuppa di farro, a soup made with spelt, a barley-like grain cooked al dente.