I have to apologize in advance here; I did not take many pictures of the food I had while in Indonesia.
The main meat seems to be chicken, so I was a winner there because it's my favorite. We were also served fried fish; come to think of it, much of the food I ate was fried. I believe the staple food is rice, and it was nice to eat something different from Japanese rice. Indonesia uses long grain rice, and I saw many different kinds just visiting the local convenience store. There are many spices used. I wasn't able to identify any beyond the various chile peppers that gave many of the dishes some heat. Some of the food was served spiced with just salt and black pepper; you could add any of the sauces that were brought out or were already on the table.
The smells coming from the student canteen were amazing. There were chiles and garlic wafting through the air. Lucky students...
We did manage to squeeze a few Western meals in. Besides the food and drink at the Starbucks in one of the nearby shopping malls (there were three Starbucks in two malls), I ate a great clubhouse sandwich and some tasty nachos at the hotel restaurant. The cheese on the nachos could both have been a bit more plentiful and melted, but they hit the spot.