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" upside-down frying pan and works like a finely tuned skillet. The chef dips the heated flat part of the concave pan into crepe batter. Once the thin batter layer sticks to the heated metal, the chef flips over the crepe maker onto the stovetop to finish cooking. When the crepe is ready, it slides off the inverted pan with a little jiggle from the chef."
I really don't think there is much you can do. You could ask a kitchen utensil distributor if they have a contact to have the pan re-coated for you, otherwise remove the rest of the coating and use it as a conventional pan.