Esophageal stenosis due to ectopic tracheobronchial remnants is an uncommon anomaly and only few cases were reported in the literature. We have experienced two case of esophageal stenosis due to ectopic tracheobronchial remnants and performed operative correction. The one patient was a five year old male with a chief complaint of swallowing difficulty from birth and the other was a twenty-three year old female with a slowly incresing symptom of dysphagia for twenty years. both of them were performed surgical correction by esophagectomy of the stenotic portion and esophago-gastrostomy with anti-reflux procedures. The resected specimens of the these two patients showed ectopic tracheobronchial chondroepithelial tissue withinthe esophageal wall histipathologically. Postoperative course was uneventful and have been in good condition without any problems.