Game of Life is good and last year we got Ant & Decs takeaway which was funny with lots of challenges to be done. Mine love Monopoly and Cluedo. There was another thread on here recently on this and I got another few ideas xxx
Pandemic and Labrynth were 2 of the ones I've added to my list this year from the other thread x PS we also had a lot of fun last yr with Speak out - not strictly a board game but good fun if you've got a crowd x
All these are good suggestions - think about a theme/look & feel that will suit you as a family. Tastes are very individual - but there are a growing number of board game cafes (London, Sheffield, Oxford, Edinburgh...) where you can try before you buy and see what works. If there's not one near you, there might be a meet-up in a local pub or cafe once a month where people bring and share their own games - I've found some of my favourite family games this way.
I've mentioned this on here before, but I think the reviews on Meeple Like Us are really helpful - they also talk about accessibility, including affordability, gender and the level of cognitive ability and emotional intelligence needed to enjoy the game. I find this more nuanced when choosing a family game than just a simple "age 11+".