The crowds were also entertained by the Rendezvous jazz band, while 150 volunteers served their meals.
Danny Diliberto from Ladles of Love said: “Homeless are human just like you and me, they are just on the street. It is a tough life but these gestures restore their dignity.
"They might remain homeless but if they have eaten they will be less aggressive, they are not criminals," he said.
"It is the season of giving, everyone wants to give love, it is Christmas time, why not share the love?"