Hey eladgro.

If you want to test whether there is a statistically significant difference between two means, then you will have a hypothesis H0: mu1 = mu2 and H1: mu1 != mu2.

For paired t-test I may recommend it if for example, the same person was involved in each pair of observations or if the other attributes were largely the same or similar enough which is not the case.

It seems given the data, it would make sense to use a standard 2 sample t-test with the above hypotheses and then if they are unequal, see which mean is the biggest to answer your question.

You should have enough data to satisfy t-test assumptions if all observations are independent and the process to collect the data ensures this (you will have to decide if this is the case since I don't know enough details).