Some believe that Germans only eat four things: pretzels with mustard, sauerkraut, sausage with mustard, and beer. Well, Cypress Nook in Pompano Beach is where that myth goes to die a flavorful, succulent death. Walking into the 38-year-old restaurant feels like entering a small family cottage in Bavaria. The smell conjures up images of an old woman in the kitchen whipping up Deutschland's delights. The best of the wurst comes on the Deutsche Wurst platter, a German trio of bratwurst, weisswurst, and frankfurter. The breaded Wiener Schnitzel is tender and crispy. Top it with the Jager-style mushroom gravy (with bacon, shallots, and onions). The menu — with everything under $20 — features other traditional delights like Sauerbraten, a German pot roast, and spaetzle, an egg noodle. And while sauerkraut usually hogs the cabbage limelight, Oma's rich, creamy red cabbage could change your life.