What you see above is used as garnishing. From left to right you see parsley, Mung been sprouts and spring onions and above that some fried onions. It is used to garnish the black beef soup that is known as rawon:
Rawon is a black, or dark brown, beef broth/soup that is filled with all kinds of different and tasteful spices. One way to serve rawon is to serve it with rice, hence the name nasi rawon. What you do is you get a deep plate, then you scoop some rice on your plate, get some of the soup (don’t forget the meat!) and pour it over your rice and finally you get some of the garnishments as seen above and you garnish your nasi rawon. What you get looks something like this:
It tastes especially good with some sambal!