• Distance from the water heater and routing of the pipes both play in to it. When we had our pipes redone a few years back, we had the hot water go primarily to to bathroom, then branch from there.
  • The only reason I can think why this could happen would be that you must have a very much longer pipe run to your bathroom, resulting in greater heat loss as the water travels through the pipe. I wouldn't have thought that there would be any significant difference in a normal domestic setting.
  • The pipe going to the bathroom must be longer than the one leading to the kitchen. It will take longer for the hot water to get to the bathroom. Or the pipes to the kitchen are better insulated then the ones to the bathroom.

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