Indonesia food is delicious.
1 - Ayam goreng (Indonesian style fried chicken with mint basil, spicy bean paste and rice)
2 - Gudeng telur (Rich, stewed jackfruit with a hard boiled Chinese style tea egg, with fried buffalo skin and tofu sambal)
3 - A rojak vendor's display (sliced fruit salad with a tangy, salty, spicy dressing)
Not pictured, but much beloved: tempe sambal, (fried, fermented bean curd slices coated in a chili sauce) roti bakar, (pan fried bread with a variety of different fillings, including chocolate sprinkles, peanuts, cheese or jam) bakso, (meatball soup with bits of fried tofu, glass noodles and fried shallots) es campur, (refreshing shaved ice with fruits, syrup, preserved tangerine, croutons, young coconut, etc.) ikan goreng, (fried fish, usually with sambal and lime) and nasi goreng (fried rice! Cheap and everywhere).
Regional variation means you'll try many different versions as you travel. (Guess which one of the above was influenced by the Dutch!)