There isn’t necessarily a ‘best’ one, they’re all good in their own way. I used Genki with very limited Japanese knowledge and it’s as good as anywhere to start. My partner used Minna no Nihongo and rates it highly - she is fluent and translates Japanese professionally so that’s something in its favour. I learned solo and she learned in the classroom, so basically it’s just a case of whatever works for you.
I recommend checking out other resources as well though - for example what I would often do when learning a new grammar point in Genki is then go and read about it in Tae Kim or the Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar, which often explain things in a different way, which can be helpful for getting a more well-rounded understanding of each point.
Also check out Japanese the Manga Way which is maybe not a textbook that’s going to teach you Japanese by itself, but it’s well worth going through.
The only resource I don’t really recommend is Imabi - I find it too unnecessarily in-depth for a beginner resource.