Kitchen and bathroom(s) are at the opposite sides of my house (14m).
I recently replaced and moved my hot-water-heater (electric, now thermo-dynamic) closer to the bathroom(s) in order to reduce the time it takes to have hot water in the shower, bath, etc. It works nicely.
I was aware that now it'll take much more time get hot water in the kitchen sink due to the plumbing done as it is.
I only have one sink with hot-water in the kitchen. Therefore I was thinking of putting in a new - direct - tube between the boiler and the sink to reduce the delay.
One sink, not much pressure is needed: I could use a very thin tube, like that less water has to travel. But how much pressure will be lost?
Is this a good idea in general in my configuration? I don't want to add more active components until I run out of passive solutions.