The menu centers on wings, tenders, and drumsticks in a choice of nine sauces or seasonings. Puzzlingly absent is anything with the word "Buffalo" in it. The closest you'll find to that is "Nashville Hot". This brown sugar and cayenne-based sauce is one of the better options on the menu, but if you like palate-punishing heat, you may be disappointed. I'm told they serve an off-menu option made with ghost chilies, though. So maybe ask for that.
Other choices steer well clear of the Scoville scale, but there are still some crowd pleasers, like Atlanta-style "Lemon Pepper". They also do a "Sweet & Sour" reminiscent of sweet Thai chili sauce and a standard "Honey Mustard" as well as some not-so-standards, like "Green Curry". Pro-tip: opt for the wings over the tenders. As a rule: dark meat > white meat.
Venturing out of wing territory, you can go exotic with fried chicken gizzards or hearts. Also, for children (or grown-up adults who don't like food) there are chicken nuggets. You can get a side of fries with all of this too—sweet potato or waffle, both are decent.
Does this place totally live up to its utopian aspirations of deep-fried chicken? Perhaps not yet, but in a city where the only other American wing specialist is Hooters, Wingtopia is a welcome addition.
Wingtopia, B/F, The Mixpace, 1398 Yuyuan Lu, near Kaixuan Lu.