No. Hypocrisy means claiming to have higher standards or beliefs than is in fact the case, or saying one thing while doing another. So not applicable here.
Should a host cater for the dietary restrictions of those s/he has invited to eat? Yes, it would be grossly ill-mannered not to, & perfectly reasonable for a guest who’s diabetic, coeliac, Jewish, vegan, allergic etc to expect a host who had invited them to cater to their needs. Rude for a guest not to mention their needs when first invited - announcing you don't eat meat & expecting the host to search around for something you can have would be inexcusable. But if the host knows beforehand, & doesn't cater for that guest, then that host is beyond rude
Rude too for a guest to expect a vegan host to serve them meat or cheese dishes, or a Jewish host to serve them pork.
If you can’t survive one meal without meat, cheese or egg suggest to your host that you meet st a restaurant that can cater for you both.