Bright Goods LED filament lamps help Kitchen Table achieve energy savings

Bright Goods Kitchen Table


An installation of Bright Goods LED filament lamps has helped London restaurant Kitchen Table to achieve energy savings of over 70%.

Kitchen Table, the 19-cover restaurant behind hotdog and champagne bar Bubbledogs in Fitzrovia, has gone on to great success including a Michelin star since it was opened by chef James Knappett and his wife Sandia Chang three years ago. It delivers a unique experience to diners who are positioned around a theatrically-themed open kitchen. Deep tan leather chairs placed strategically around a brushed aluminium bar-style table ensure that every diner has the best seat in the house. From these seats, diners are able to follow every stage of the meal preparation.

It was important for James and Sandia, who manages the restaurant, to incorporate lighting that would enhance the overall ambience of the unique experience and they opted for the Victoria LED filament lamp from the Bright Goods range.

The Victoria is the perfect choice for the Kitchen Table. Its innovative blend of 21st-century efficiency and 19th-century styling creates a stunning and welcoming atmosphere within the dining “auditorium”. With a classical shape that harks back to a bygone era, complemented by a fully dimmable warm glow, the Victoria has proved to be one of the most popular offerings on Kitchen Table’s menu.

Alongside its classical appearance and unrivalled lighting levels, the super-efficient LED Victoria has enabled Kitchen Table to achieve energy savings of over 70% compared to traditional filament lamps. In common with all lamps in the Bright Goods range, the Victoria also offers 10 times the lifespan and is covered by a comprehensive two-year guarantee.

“We are absolutely delighted with our Victoria lamps,” Sandia says. “Our customers not only appreciate our fine dining experience, they also compliment us on the welcoming atmosphere of our dining ‘theatre’. The vintage look of the lamps is massively on trend and their energy-saving performance has given us a fantastic ‘win-win’ result.”

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