My wife and I just came back from Lebanon for a 10-day trip and as non-vegetarians we ate far less meat during those 10 days than we did in the previous month, as most places we went to (and the hotels we stayed at), most of the dishes were without meat. So, instead we ate tons of:-
- baba ghanoush
- Manakish (Lebanese pizza)
all with either Lebanese thin bread or rice pilaf.
Usually, they serve these with a bowl of fresh salads (lettuce, red radish, cucumbers, spring onions, chili, etc.).
So I don't think you'd have any problems over there.
Hope this helps.
most of the Lebanese mezza is vegetarian , from the salads to the dips, and even some main courses.
It should be very, very easy to eat as a vegetarian in Lebanon. Lots of non meat options. That does not mean its teaming with boutique vegetarian restaurants, much of the Mediterranean diet is meatless. On the other hand, being a serious vegan could be a challenge.