Lords of Waterdeep is quite good. It is a worker placement game in D&D clothes, so the theming is a little thin, but it plays well.
I had one of the early cooperative dungeon crawl games (LEGEND OF DRIZZT iirc) which was fun and quite a good way to introduce some roleplaying concepts. The scenarios weren’t push overs, and added to the random elements, meant there was always some tension and uncertainty about whether you would prevail or not.
Can’t comment on any of the newer ones unfortunately, though it does appear that WotC have partnered with some companies with good track records.