Fish and chip restaurant showcases menu in new LED signs

A fish and chip take-out in London has hung LED signs of its menu to attract customers and display their food selections brightly in an easy-to-read format.

Brothers Tom and Robert Aiken have enlisted a manufacturer of LED signage, to develop an LED sign where the varied fish menu at Tom's Place could be brightly and easily displayed. Tom’s Place in London consists of a fish-and-chip takeaway on the ground floor and a dozen or so tables upstairs.

The brothers have tried to use as many environmentally-friendly features as possible, including biodegradable boxes and cutlery made from corn starch, so the LED signs were a fit for them.

Advantages LED signs

Tom Aiken says the LED signs have "a very clear and precise message... and on an environmental level, the LED signs use less power. Everyone has loved the LED signs as it really stands out from the black of the restaurant so we are very happy with it. The number of people who have commented has been huge."

Conclusion LED signs

The LED signs are more energy efficient and environmentally friendly, and are also capable of being twice as bright while offering an amazing palette of colours.

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