Help Bloomsberry Bowling or Namco funscape bowling London 10 points?

Hey guys, I want to hold a small birthday party for my 21st birthday and I was wondering which place would be best go to to. Either Bloomsberry bowling or Namco funscape bowling station.
With bloomsberry bowling not only do they have bowling lanes, resturant and bars, but I can hire a private room with 5 bowling, dancefloor, Dj with music, karaoke room, arched room, cocktail bar etc, plus also can order food and from the restaurant and have it been delivered to your room.
Whereas with Namco station, they have bumper cars, arched room, bowling lanes, bar, restaurant and the food menu is alittle bit better than bloomsberry.
From the reviews that I have seen so far people keep saying that bloomsberry bowling is far better and more fun than namco nd that namco is completely rubbish. I’m only really interested in namco because of the bumper cars and food menu, but in all to suit my 21st first Bloomsbury bowling Center sounds better.
Can anyone give me their advise on which one would be much better.

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